Working at CUTE Center at NUS since 2014 summer, I engaged in three programs for searching more about the Interactive Digital Media. I am conducting user study of Digital Taste. Digital Taste enables people to experience taste sensations digitally and arms to promote a healthier lifestyle by replacing the unnecessary amount of condiments in our daily consumption. I designed the bottle prototype with function as hydration. During our showcase at Singapore Art Science Museum, we conducted a larger user. We chose six fixed modes and combinations for testing the participants. From the overall user study results, we may conclude that the prototype can improve the drinking experience for some users. Our challenge is how to customize people taste sensation and create a new design for making the simulation more natural.
“Not only do the thing right but also do the right thing” goes one of my favorite sayings. I have an industrial engineering background could inspire me to approach the design issue from a broader and more creative perspective. I believe that design should be integrated with the content of culture and therefore make people communicate with nature in multiple ways.
I designed the bottle prototype with function as a hydration. During our showcase at Singapore Art Science Museum, we conducted a larger user.
Instructors : Keio-NUS CUTE (Connective Ubiquitous Technology for Embodiments) center. Professor Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Nimesha Ranasinghe, Liangkun Yan, Barry Chew, Jie Sun