Industrial Design - sketches
It's long over due but I am finally getting around to putting some new work onto my blog. It has been a very busy year since my last work updates and hope to start updating it again with some work after digging deep into the my archives.
The following industrial design pages is work I undertook with Astro Studios a few years ago. The project was product design for a small hand held projector. The following images are a range of concepts I did for said program.
Concept Tripod was addressing an innovative way to store a removable battery pack. In this case, the three lags each hold an individual AAA battery. The projector part works like the overhead projectors we had in a classroom.
Concept Contrator takes its name from not only the the form, being similar to a tape measure but also the design is meant for use in construction sights. The device would be mounted on a stand like an angle poise lamp, and project images wherever convenient, like on the ground.
Concept Cobra was meant to address a need for an innovative way to stand up the projector. A flex cord would double as stand and USB plug linking battery pack and projector.
Concept below, Cub, was a for a four legged projector idea. The legs would open out in a damped slow fashion, raising and bringing the device alive. The action would be similar to when you eject a tape deck door on a hi-fi. In this concept, we were trying to think outside of pure form and add a dimension of movement.
The concept below, Cyberclops, was for an articulated arm to rotate out to act as a stablisation leg. The leg would hide and protect inputs when device was in transit. When the leg 'ejected', it would expose the inputs for use on a table top.
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Updated: Wednesday, 3 June 2009 12:30 PM PDT