2012

Smart Design

First International Conference Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-1-4471-2974-5 (Print) 978-1-4471-2975-2 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Rethinking Packaging: How Electronic Packs for Pharmaceuticals Work with Mobile IT to Improve Patient Adherence to Medication Regimens

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    Pages 13-21

    The Four Horsemen: The Evolution of Science and Society

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    Pages 23-29

    Changing the Fabric of Society: An Exploration of Smart Textiles in Product Design

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    Pages 31-39

    Smart Housing: An Intelligent Environment for Aging Independently

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    Pages 41-47

    Enhancing Visibility in Bicycling Apparel Using Integrated Flashing LEDs

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    Pages 49-55

    Hydrophobic Smart Material for Water Transport and Collection

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    Pages 57-63

    Intelligent Housing for People and Technology: Examining Sustainable Housing Beyond the Technical and the Opportunities for Design

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    Pages 65-73

    Interrogating Hyperfunctionality

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    Pages 75-85

    Semefulness: Touch, Design and Meaning

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    Pages 87-95

    Conceptualisation of an Intelligent Salutogenic Room Environment

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    Pages 97-102

    Development and Thermographic Analysis of Custom Seats for Wheelchairs

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    Pages 103-108

    Designing a Knit Methodology for Technical Textiles

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    Pages 109-114

    Soft Products: Smart Fabrics in Product Design

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    Pages 115-125

    Autonomous Mobility Scooter as an Assistive Outdoor Tool for the Elderly

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    Pages 127-139

    Emotional Design: Understanding Immaterial Values for the Development of Products