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Interaction Design Project - Delhi Metro

  1. 1. DELHI METRO Design Project : Interfaces and Interactions Karan Dudeja
  2. 2. MOTIVATION
  3. 3. Want to provide a solution for a comfortable ride.
  4. 4. I empathize with them I empathize with them.
  5. 5. I empathize with them Interaction design based on crowd behavior, with an inclusive approach.
  6. 6. IDEA
  7. 7. Making the metro ride comfortable by providing relevant information that would allow a hassle free journey.
  8. 8. PRECEDENT STUDY
  9. 9. X Ray Train Vision New York City Subway by Ahsayane Studio
  10. 10. USER RESEARCH
  11. 11. Primary research conducted in Delhi Metro in September 2013. Talking to the travellers was a revelation.
  12. 12. “..you never know when or where you’ll get a seat..” “..preparing myself to be lightning fast to grab a seat when a train is about to arrive..”
  13. 13. “..so if I ever get a seat, then its a great day for me & it makes me euphoric..” Results of survey in secondary research phase revealed 73% people claiming they would have a better travelling experience with lesser crowded trains. “..sometimes I don’t understand how many coaches the coming metro will have.”
  14. 14. SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
  15. 15. Predictive Analysis Algorithm for Smart Cards Data of Smart Cards and Tokens Train HUB Smart Cards Tokens Data from in-coach system and data from the station token counters Analysis of Token data Central Network Station Station HUB On platforms Train HUB In the train coaches
  16. 16. CONCEPT
  17. 17. At the first level, there will be coach wise traffic density information provided inside the train for the travellers.
  18. 18. At the second level, coach wise traffic density will be displayed on the platforms for the waiting passengers to help them decide which coach to board.
  19. 19. CONCEPTUAL PROTOTYPES
  20. 20. a) Image Processing ; Background Subtraction Method
  21. 21. a) Image Processing ; Background Subtraction Method
  22. 22. b) Image Processing ; Blob Detection Method
  23. 23. b) Image Processing ; Blob Detection Method
  24. 24. EXPLORATIONS
  25. 25. DEMONSTRATION
  26. 26. The interactive display to exhibit redesign of already existing high intensity LED boards on the platforms, was simulated on an android device. It responded for two coaches as per the model, rest were extrapolated.
  27. 27. REFERENCES
  28. 28. Books: Mapping patterns of Information – Manuel Lima Interactive Data Visualisation – Mathew Ward & Daniel Kleim Data Flow: Visualizing Information in Graphic Design - R Klanten Wayfinding – Craig M. Berger Visual Thinking of Design – J Steele & Noah Iliinsky Designing Systems at a Scale – F Dust & Ilya Prokopoff Internet: www.visual.ly www.interaction-design.org
  29. 29. THANK YOU

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