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Joe jancsics grapefruitflow

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Video here: http://vimeo.com/28687359

Video here: http://vimeo.com/28687359

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  • 1. See Video: http://vimeo.com/28687359Joe Jancsics | ADS 765 Interaction Design
  • 2. “...I take eating grapefruit very Ode to a Grapefruit seriously, my typical method “Grapefruit is a fruit for special occasions (Thanksgiving, Christmas is ‘Restaurant – anytime family is gathered together for a formal group break- Style’...” fast). It is often included as a “stocking stu er” along with apples, oranges and nuts on Christmas. It should be sliced in half, then each section cut away from the rind and skins and sugared for breakfast eating; and only peeled and sectioned “orange style” for use in fruit salads. Any remaining juice from the fruit should be squeezed into, and sipped from, the bowl from which the fruit was eaten, although if the eater already has a glass of grapefruit juice, the juice can be squeezed into the glass. Under no circumstances should extra juice be discarded. If some- one does not wish to nish the juice(!!), it should be squeezed into another person’s bowl/glass.” ~Randy PhillipsJoe Jancsics | ADS 765 Interaction Design
  • 3. Conceptual Model Desired Portion for Consumption Bypass Skin *Includes Juice at Bottom (rind) Gain Access to Edible Portion Note: A participant can gain access to the edible portion using a number of methods, for this example the grapefruit is cut in half. Consume Extract/Separate Discard *Showing 1/2Joe Jancsics | ADS 765 Interaction Design
  • 4. Procedural Model Start With a Whole Grapefruit 1.1-0 Stem 1.1-1 Note: If 1/2 of the grapefruit is to be saved for later consumption, that half 1.1-2 should be wrapped at step 1.1-2 to preserve freshness. Cut in Half (Perpendicular to Stem) 1.1-3Joe Jancsics | ADS 765 Interaction Design
  • 5. Procedural Model (cont) Apply Sugar 1.1-3 Extract Fruit Using Desired Squeeze Utensils/Method Juice from 1.1-4 Rind into 1.1-5 Bowl or Glass Note: 1.1-3 through 1.1-5 show steps for one half, process should be duplicated with other half when serving a whole grapefruit. Note: Participant can repeat from 1.1-3 to enjoy remaining half or share with a friend. Note: Depending on tools and/or technique/skill juice may be lost during this process. Caution: Grapefruit juice can cause a burning sensation to eyes!Joe Jancsics | ADS 765 Interaction Design