INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CENTERIndustrial Design Center is aknowledge and expertise centerfor the Howest industrial productdesign department.Aim = transfer research andacademic results to the industry.Provoke cooperation...(re)creating the industry
IDC IDC IDCEducation Research Service 1. LESOPDRACHTEN
October 2011 – September 2012:Tetra project“Preliminary study for the development of a platform fordesigning Tangible Intuitive Interactive Interfaces [TIII].”
Cases The use of ipad in games Cooperation with a student Product design to create a new game‐concept that integrates a tablet into boardgames.
Cases Bio‐sensorsStudent project:“How to integrate bio‐sensors in a way that is pleasant for the user.”
Opportunities• Integrating electronics in textile and jewelry• Research for possibilities and applications for gestural interfaces• Augmenting existing products
Future eventsThis year (2012 – 2013): – TIII one‐day conference (11/09/2012) – Brainstorm session: How to set up an individual roadmap and select your team – 3 evaluation meetings: project results + feedback • Kick‐off meeting in October: http://doodle.com/ruda598nabfv7mwb • January, April
Future eventsSecond year (2013 – 2014): – Second TIII conference – Workshop: “How to design your own TIII” – 3 evaluation meetings: project results + feedback • October, January, April
ApproachTIII Network – Organizations, Educational institutions and Companies – Design, Application, User, Technology Interdisciplinary teams! New opportunities Getting to know each other
ApproachMethods and tools – Guidance to design your own TIIITIII Experience lab ‐ Materials and equipment to build TIII • Sifteo cubes • Arduino • Raspberry Pi • Leap motion • Pebble watch •… ‐ User experience testing
TEAM‐ IDC ‐ Jelle Saldien (Project leader) and Jolien De Ville (Project ambassador) • Communication within the network • Online platform • Organizing events • Roadmap cases • TIII design guide • Building teams for specific cases • Publications
TEAMgroep T ‐ Karen Vanderloock (Project ambassador) • Study of existing labs • Research for relevant sensors, actuators, tools, software,… • Analysing software & tools • PublicationsCUO ‐ Jorick Vissers (Project ambassador) • Studying of existing labs • Research for relevant sensors, actuators, tools, software,… • Developing user tests • Publications
October 2014 - …Self sustainable platform where we can keepworking with the companies to realize TIII.
Interested in joining our project?We are looking for new companies!
Financing– Subsidized amount (IWT): 367.726 EUR– To be financed by the user group: only 7,5% of the total amountParticipation = 1 500 < amount< 3000
Inspiration• Member of the TIII network • Participation in events• Cooperating with other partners –> new insights in your company.• Neutral contact point. • Full access to our website: state of the art, project results, first access to research results.
Demonstration• Submit cases, executed by students• Submit cases specifically tailored to your company / organization• Making real working prototypes• Ideas for new TIIIs will be translated into new innovation projects with the right partners
Exploration• Roadmap for your case• Knowledge, network and facilities of Howest / IDC• TIII‐lab to explore • Methodology and toolbox to create your own TIII• Use existing light lab and ProtoLab
Evaluation• Cases ran by students can validate the potential of a project at a low cost for your company.• We encourage our members to give us feedback so the project can lead to an outcome that is interesting for them and supports them in their innovation strategy.
Competition• Breaks: demos by companies and students• Student demos: competition!! – Fill out the form in your folder and bring it to someone of the Howest‐crew (green badge) – At the end of the day prizes will be distributed to the best projects
Join us? contact us! Approach us today! e‐mail: Jolien.email@example.com Jelle.firstname.lastname@example.org www.tiii.be Like us! “Tangible Intuitive Interactive Interfaces” @tiii_project