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  • 1. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Forecasting Methods for ProductDesign Development:A Compilation of Three Case Studiesof Industry Collaborative ProjectsMaterials, Toys, and VehiclesWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 2. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Junior Level Industrial Design Course15-30 students in 3-4 person teams, 15-week semester courseTeaching Goals:: Use research methodologies to guide design decisions: People/users creative: Create tools to allow these people/users to be creative: Realize connections with imperfect data: Visualize information to communicate intent/ideas: Build a scenario that uses the products as props in a coherent and engaging storyWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 3. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Why Industrial Design for Future Casting? Inherently Creative What‟s possible Synthesis Macro to Micro perspectives Predictive Gestalt~ Appropriate InnovationWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 4. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011(German: Gestalt - "essence or shape of anentitys complete form") of the Berlin School isa theory of mind and brain positing that theoperational principle of the brain is holistic,parallel, and analog, with self-organizingtendencies.Wayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 5. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Why Product Design? Nigel Cross, „Designerly Ways of Knowing‟ : Phenomenon of Study in the Sciences | Natural world in the Humanities | Human Experience in Design | the Artificial world : Methods of Study in the Sciences | controlled experiment, classification, analysis in the Humanities | analogy, metaphor, evaluation in Design | modeling, pattern-forming, synthesis : The values of each educational „culture‟ in the Sciences | objectivity, rationality, concern for the „truth‟ in the Humanities | subjectivity, imagination, commitment, concern for „justice‟ in Design | ingenuity, empathy, concern for „appropriateness‟Wayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 6. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Why Industrial Design?Educational Models Analysis | Synthesis Deductive | Inductive One Solution | Many Solutions~ Appropriate InnovationWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 7. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Raymond Loewy MAYA Principle:Most Advanced Yet AcceptableWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 8. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011 +Forecast new material technology applicationsfor Polyurethane “Gecko Material”5-10 years projectionMarkets Areas: Robotics Health Care Transportation Logistics SecurityWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
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  • 10. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Dr. Metin Siti Reearch Lab: NanoRoboticshttp://nanolab.me.cmu.edu/projects/geckohair/http://nanolab.me.cmu.edu/projects/waalbots/tri-leg.shtmlWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 11. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Design Research Philosophy MakeTools, Dr. Liz B.N. SandersWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 12. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Traditional Research MethodObservation in coffee shopWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
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  • 28. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Gecko Security Add-on and Manufacturer ItemsWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 29. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Figure 8: Built-In Security for Mobile Communication and ComputingWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 30. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011 +Ride-On Toys: Multi-Environment UseDevelop new modes of physical balance, exercise,and activity for 1 ½-5 years old childrenVehicles: tricycles, scooters, or other foot-to-floor6 week time span1-3 years production projectionWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 31. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Background InformationSchickedanz, Understanding Children and Adolescents Child development references Locomotor skills Gross Motor Skills Fine Motor SkillssKnowledge in ActionWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 32. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Observational ResearchCMU Children’s SchoolThe Cyert CenterWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 33. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011 +Develop the desired user experience forsemi-autonomous vehicle driving10 week time span10-15 year projectionWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
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  • 44. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Design Research Philosophy MakeTools, Dr. Liz B.N. SandersWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 45. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Why Industrial Design Studio Model supportsFuture Cast Scenarios: Inherently Creative | Visual + Process What‟s possible | MAYA Synthesis | Connecting Information Macro to Micro perspectives | Viewpoints Predictive Gestalt | FormationSUPPORT Expert knowledge Ability to Apply Design Skills to Human NeedsWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 46. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Design is Easier with Relevant Knowledge and ResearchBuild the StoryCreate a Specific Scenario~ Appropriate InnovationWayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University
  • 47. NCIIA Conference: OPEN 2011Thank you! Questions…Wayne Chung Associate Professor Carnegie Mellon University