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  • INDUSTRIAL DESIGNjoel.vanboening@gmail.com / cell: 513-256-1141 / home: 513-400-3651 / 415 N 11th St, Wymore NE 68466

  • Product Design Co-op / HASBRODesigned electronic game interface & peripheral concepts through sketching & rendering, modeled 3D CAD (SolidWorks) partsJan.-Mar., June-Sept. 2011, Aug.-Dec. 2012 / Pawtucket, Rhode Island

    Industrial Design Co-op / INGERSOLLRANDCreated concepts for handheld powertools through sketching, digital rendering, physical mock-ups, & 3D CAD (Pro/Engineer)January-March, June-August 2012 / Annandale, New Jersey

    Multimedia Illustrator / U.S.ARMYRESERVEDesigned Psychological Operations products, used & modified military equipment, supervised 3 soldiers, experienced organizational culture & leadership, 2 Army Commendation MedalsSeptember 2008-September 2009 / Afghanistan Deployment

    Visual Art / U.S.ARMYRESERVEPainted large format emblems, designed certificates, used & modified military equipment, logistics, guard duty, ArmyAchievement & Commendation MedalsSeptember 2004-November 2005 / Iraq Deployment

    B.S. Industrial DesignUNIVERSITYOFCINCINNATIExpected graduation: April 2013

    A.A.S. Graphic DesignSOUTHEASTCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE2006

    AdobeCreativeSuiteSolidWorksPro/EngineerAliasKeyshotResearch

    Exercise&NutritionCyclingSocialSciencesLearningScienceFiction

    Referencesavailableuponrequest

    ExPERIENCE: EDUCATION:

    SKILLS:

    INTERESTS:

    Online Portfolio:http://issuu.com/vanboejl/docs/joel_vanboening_portfolio?mode=window&viewMode=singlePage

    INDUSTRIAL DESIGNjoel.vanboening@gmail.com / cell: 513-256-1141 / home: 513-400-3651 / 415 N 11th St, Wymore NE 68466

  • CLASS: / DATE:IDStudio:Handheld Powertool Spring2010

    PROBLEM:

    PAINTBALL MARKERS INTERFERE WITH THE SPEEDBALL EXPERIENCE

  • Reloadingis inefficient

    CompressedCO2 tankishard &sharp

    Safetyisout ofreach

    Frontgripisnotergonomic

    Maintenanceispainful&tedious

    Fullassemblyis bulky&unwieldy

    Hopper blocksview

    Hopperrevealsplayerposition

    ANALYSIS

  • Currentpaintballfeedmechanisms

    Smallarmshistory&popularperception

    Speedballmarkers&aestheticsMarketingimagesintentionallyomitbulky

    hoppers&compressedgascylinders

    Militaryfeedmechanisms

    Tippmannbrandreplicastylemarkers

    Militaryaesthetics&interface

    REFERENCE

  • Trigger

    Concavetopreventslipping

    Chamfer

    Selectorswitch

    Repositionadaptor&hose

    Acceptmultipletanksizes

    Repositionbulkycomponentstoabackpack

    Paperbelt

    Spring-loadedmagazine

    PneumaticpoweredTPEbelt

    AutoSafe

    Semi

    Charginghandle

    COMPACT FEED MECHANISM

    REDUCING BULK & CENTRALIZING MASS

    AGGRESSIVE FORM & INTUITIVE FEEL

  • PresentationModel:CNCmachinedRENManualmillManualrouterCoating

    SketchModel:CNCmachined5lbfoam

    MODELS

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    1 Body, right 1 Aluminum Die casting, machining 2 Body, left, rear 1 Aluminum Die casting, machining 3 CO2 tank 1 Various Various 4 Hopper, front 1 Polypropylene Injection molding 5 Body, left, front 1 Aluminum Die casting, machining 6 Barrel 1 Aluminum Machining 7 CO2 tank holder 1 Aluminum Die casting, machining 8 Hopper, rear 1 Polypropylene Injection molding 9 Bolt assembly 1 Various Various 10 Belt, capacity 76 1 Neoprene Various 11 Pad 1 Rubber Injection molding 12 Tube, gas, feed 1 Various Various 13 Tube, gas, primary 1 Various Various 14 Trigger 1 Polypropylene Injection molding 15 Cap, end 1 Polypropylene Injection molding 16 Handle, charging 1 Aluminum Machining 17 Gear, turning 1 Polypropylene Injection molding 18 Selector switch 1 Polypropylene Injection molding 19 Pin, takedown, 0.188 x 1.25 3 Aluminum Machining 20 Pin, takedown, 0.188 x 1.125 1 Aluminum Machining 21 Pin, takedown, 0.125 x 1.25 1 Aluminum Machining 22 Spring, return 1 Copper alloy Coiling 23 Cylinder, driving 1 Aluminum Machining 24 Rocker 1 Aluminum Machining NO. NAME REQ MATERIAL PROCESS

  • 27.750

    9.969

    B

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    5.180

    SECTIONA-A

    SECTIONB-BAA

  • Safe

    Semiautomatic

    Alsoaccepts HighPressure Air(HPA)tanks

    Takedownpinsthroughoutfacilitatesnap-in&snap-outdisassembly&reassembly

    Automatic

    Selectorswitchrotatedbythethumb

    Hoppersnapson&off

    CO2tank

    Propulsiongastubechannel

    Feedmechanismpoweredbycompressedgas

    Charginghandle

    Pad

    HOW IT WORKS

  • Marker:Blow-molded double-wall plastic case

    Hoppers:Thermoformed plastic packages

    Paintball belts:Injection-molded plastic cans

    PACKAGING

  • CLASS: / DATE:IDStudio:Head Protection Autumn2010

    PROBLEM:

    MANY INTENSE ROAD & COMMUTER CYCLISTS RIDE WITHOUT HEAD PROTECTION

  • Group Research: BicycleHelmets

    Conclusions:-connotations

    Helmets interp. as fear, inability to ride & avoid accidentsRisk is exciting

    ConvenienceEvery object & step is a delay

    CompactHelmet becomes wasted space upon dismounting

    +augmentAbility & awareness are valuedThese must be enhanced to mitigate the negative

    Target Market Interviews: IntenseRoad&CommuterCyclists

    Helmets are toobulky

    Im a very alert & defensive rider

    Im skilled enough that I wont crash

    I dont wanna look like a mushroomhead

    Connecting a cyclocomputer would be great

    Its inconvenient to carry around

    I wish I could lock it tomybike

  • Locking Collapsing

    InformationDelivery

    Structure

  • Volumestudy:5lbfoam

    Volumestudy: 5lbfoam

    Volumestudy:5lbfoam

    CONCEPTS

  • CONVENIENCE-VELCRO STRAPS -MESH CAP +WEATHER ADAPTATION +ENHANCED VISIBILITY +TIERED OPTIONS

    FINAL DIRECTION

    SUGGESTIONSWeather AdaptivityI stick a rain visor on when its raining because water would get in my eyes

    I wear a hat under my helmet in winter because its cold & I would have to readjust straps

    CostOne of my best friends is cheap...immune to anything new, he wears a mushroom helmet because he doesnt care about fashion

    Kevlar looks expensive

    VisibilityHeadlights...running lights...reflectors through the helmet for visibility

    I keep straining to make eye contact with drivers...to make sure theyre not going topull out into me

    Colors...Other colors

    Make multiple color and skin options available. You want it to match the kit you are wearing too.

    NavigationDisplay simple maps or directions on the HMD

    I was fiddling with a printout while riding

    Velcro earpiece for inclement weather

    Eyeshield & HMD projection surface (tinted or clear) Distance from eyes allows prescription eyewear to be worn simultaneously

    COLLAPSIBLEFlexibleskin allows separate ribs to collapse inward

    Skin wrinkles & folds to allow repositioning of ribs

    FOLDABLEAngled contact joints allow inside-out folding

    Joint During Use Joint Folded

    Full Helmet FoldedInside-out

    STF nylon

    MeshHead

    d3o

    EASY STRAP-INQuick adjustable fit

    Velcro

    Snaps

    LOCKABLEThrough ear loop

    HEAD CONTACTPolyester mesh cap prevents sore spots & promotes ventilation

    HELMET MOUNTED DISPLAY

    Rearview light gathered

    Fiber-optic cableProjection surface: clear coated polycarbonate

    Lens

    Bitmap screen

    Watch battery powered

    Cyclocomputer controlled from handle bars

    Data wirelessly transmittedTransparent

    surface does not create blind spots

    Lens

    SHEAR-THICKENING FLUID

    Low Relative Velocity (Nonimpact) High Relative Velocity (Impact) Testing: 2 Layers of STF-MD Nylonrepel an 800fps lead projectile www.ccm.udel.edu/STF/images1.html

    Particle arrangement random

    Particles align to resist & spread load

    FlexibleRigid

    FEATURE EVALUATION

    Velcro + Snap Straps

    Collapsible

    Lockable

    Mesh Cap

    HMD

    STF

    + Collapsabillity is is an amazing feature+ I also really really like how it is collapsible+ Collapsibility is awesome+ I like the collapsible ribs, seems...more convenient+ The collapsable helmet idea is really cool+ Foldable helmet would be convenient+ Major selling device. If it caught on...see it becoming standard.- I wouldnt trust a [collapsible] helmet at this time

    + Easily locked up with my bike without having to carry a helmet around.

    + I would advertise the mesh more...seems very comfortable+ Might improve airflow- ...A turn off...showercap or somesuch- Will it mess up hair?- Would it interfere with a warm hat underneath helmet?- Should be less visible, only bands across the top

    + Its not in a distracting location, its well-integrated+ Its new, maybe it should be adjustable+ HMD is also effective+ Integration with the HMD is sweet looking too...

    lustworthy gadget+ Technology is new+ Really useful...major selling point...similar to car

    rearview mirror- May not appeal to all riders- Take a lot getting used to- Unusual- You would only see sky when digging uphill- Would rain interfere with it?Would it be possible to have the HMD bars rotate upward or be moved out of the way?

    + STF [most effective]

    + ...sounds like a great idea

    + If it made the helmet lighter, it would make me more likely...

    - If it made the helmet heavier, it would make me less likely...

    - How sturdy are they, will they hold up?- Is velcro a good option for strapping in? In my

    crash, my helmet shattered...you keep sliding for a good 20 feet... I would create a different locking mechanism

    + Like the eyeshield- I think the eye shield is excessive. Most...

    wear sunglasses- Not a sell for me, I hate having things over

    my eyes. It gets dirty & I have to clean it

    + I like how they all collapse+ A foldable helmet would be convenient+ Appealing to me, folding up into a sack would be immensely useful- Twisting helmet inside-out [least effective]- What is the purpose of the Shock and Awe folding inside out?- I wouldnt trust a foldable helmet at this time- Will it wear out were it bends?

    + Sometimes there is too much ventilation [when its cold]

    + Earcovers should be stowable in/on helmet.

    Foldable

    Ear Covers

    Eyeshield

    CONCEPT:SHOCK & AWE

    Alien...ugly...mechanical

    A little extreme

    Kids...looks coolFor kids today

    Skateboard crowdToo robocopfor me

    Looked... lightweight...comfortable

    ...Doubt parents would buy it...unsafe look

    Not everyone will like it

    Intense...fast...interestingCool, sleek, newLiked the styling...

    sleek...attractiveLike the front

    Doesnt seem bulkyLike the look

    Stylish & good coverageI like the look...most

    Coolest...Like that [brim] sticks out...more oblong & less eggplantlike

    Seems most conservative...may be accepted more easily

    ManlyManly

    Seems...bulky

    Too goofy...long performance helmets... also pretty goofy

    Awesome if I rode...moreDoesnt look that different

    from other helmets

    Spiderman...kids

    Buglike & Manly

    CONCEPT:PERFORMANCE

    CONCEPT:CONVENIENCE

    AESTHETIC RESPONSES

    Lept out at me

    NOTABLE RESPONSESWould you wear it... Concept: Convenience?

    It looks awesome, and by that I mean I would not feel like a goon wearing it. Wind visor makes a strong impression.

    Yes...I like the HMD & styling

    I would wear the convenience model, it looks awesome. Though, I think I might need to get a nicer bike first.

    Concept: Performance?If I was a more intense cyclist

    [No] Too goofy

    Concept: Shock & Awe?Yes...I like the HMD & styling

    Any of them?If you could prove to me the STF works

    No, sorry, I still think my chance of wrecking is slim

    Those look really really sweet. They all look appealing and sporty for a cyclist which is important to some people. If one of these is made, I actually want one.

    Are these concepts relevent to the Target Market (Commuter cyclists & Road cyclists)?Definitely good for that market, Im more of a leisure cyclist

    Definitely. The gadget savvy cyclists would love these. I would think that Convenience & Shock & Awe models would be attractive to commuters while road cyclists would love the Performance model.

    What would make them more relevent?Girlier designs

    Keep them simple yet stylish

    Least favorable impressions?Price...pretty expensive

    Improvements?If I were looking for a collapsable bike helmet I might be interested in a model that doesnt have the HMDs sticking out the top, Id rather have it as compact as possible after collapsing. Id also be potentially interested in a helmet with just 1 HMD.

    Id be really curious about a foldable helmet concept as well - especially a stripped down version that I could wad up in a ball and toss in my bag

    I want the helmet to feel like its not there as much as possible

    Is there anyway to make helmets less bulky, something that looks like a hat, not a sauce pot

    FOLDABLEAngled contact joints allow inside-out folding

    Joint During Use Joint Folded

    Full Helmet FoldedInside-out

    EASY STRAP-INQuick adjustable fit

    Velcro

    Snaps

    RearviewPull-tab

    Velcro + snapsSTF nylon

    MeshHead

    d3o

    d3o rib with STF nylon skin

    Projecting units are interchangeable

    CONCEPT: SHOCK & AWEFOCUSNo Barriers: minimal separation between cyclist & experience

    Foldability: contact joints allow inside-out folding with flexible nylon

    Appearance: new form introduces new technologies to the market

    STRUCTURESkin: STF nylon

    Ribs: d3o (STF)

    Head Contact: polyester mesh cap

    Eyeshield & HMD projection surface (tinted or clear)Distance from eyes allows prescription eyewear to be worn simultaneously

    Vents

    Rearview

    Airstream

    Projector inside brim

    Streamline channel

    Pull-tab

    CONCEPT: PERFORMANCEFOCUSEnhanced Safety: STF Kevlar skin coverage

    Aerodynamic: streamline channels minimize drag

    Breathability: open vents

    STRUCTURESkin: STF Kevlar

    Ribs: expanded polystyrene

    Head Contact: polyester mesh cap

    LOCKABLEThrough ear loop

    COLLAPSIBLEFlexibleskin allows separate ribs to collapse inward

    EASY STRAP-INQuick adjustable fit

    Rearview

    Rear vent

    Front vent

    Lens projects image from fiber-optic cable

    Narrow brim allows upward view with a slight tilt of the head

    Skin wrinkles & folds to allow repositioning of ribs

    Velcro earpiece for inclement weather

    Rearview

    Velcro

    Snaps

    CONCEPT: CONVENIENCEFOCUSSmall Size: no mushroom head appearance

    Collapsible

    Lockable: locks to bike

    Weather Resistant: shields user from precipitation & sun

    Visibility: does not block upward field of view (stoplights)

    STRUCTURESkin: STF nylon

    Ribs: expanded polystyrene

    Head Contact: polyester mesh cap

    SHEAR-THICKENING FLUID

    Low Relative Velocity (Nonimpact) High Relative Velocity (Impact) Testing: 2 Layers of STF-MD Nylonrepel an 800fps lead projectile www.ccm.udel.edu/STF/images1.html

    HELMET MOUNTED DISPLAY

    Rearview light gathered

    Fiber-optic cableProjection surface: clear coated polycarbonate

    Lens

    Bitmap screen

    Watch battery powered

    Cyclocomputer controlled from handle bars

    Data wirelessly transmittedTransparent

    surface does not create blind spots

    Particle arrangement random

    Particles align to resist & spread load

    FlexibleRigid

    Lens

    COMMON FEATURES [CONTD]Shear-Thickening Fluids (STF)When suspended in a flexible material, STFs have no effect on flexibility until impact. At high relative velocity (impact), viscosity increases dramatically, stiffening, & resisting & spreading loads. After impact, STF returns to its previous flexible state. The shear-thickening material d3o (www.d3o.com/) is currently used in athletic padding & other applications. Military research is focussing on STFs in fabrics (including Kevlar & nylon) for body armor (www.ccm.udel.edu/STF/index.html).

    Helmet-Mounted Displays (HMD)Information is simply and efficiently displayed on unintrusive projecting surfaces. The rearview image is transmitted through fiber-optic cable to the surface. A small screen emits cyclocomputer data that is projected on opposite surface. Coated polycarbonate surfaces are both clear & increase protection.

    FittingThicker, softer straps prevent pinching & spread load.

    ModularityHMD components are easily swapped out in case they or the helmet structure is damaged.

    Cyclocomputer & display components can be upgraded.

    VisibilityRetroreflective material is applied to strategic helmet areas to make the cyclist visible to others.

    HEAD CONTACTPolyester mesh cap prevents sore spots & promotes ventilation

    MeshSkin:STF fabric

    Arch form bares impact load

    Triangular profile bares & spreads impact

    Rib (material varies by concept)

    Head

    Head

    Skin

    Rib

    Mesh

    STRUCTURE

    BICYCLE HELMET CONCEPTUALIZATIONPROBLEM STATEMENTBulk, inconvenience, appearance, & low perceived risk are primary stated reasons riders do not wear helmets. There is the implicit perception that helmets are a negative judgement on a riders ability to ride skillfully or avoid injury. Helmets also cause riders to feel isolated from their surroundings, making them less alert & their experience less relevant.

    DESIGN REQUIREMENTSSafe & Protective

    Low Weight

    Comfortable & Fitting

    Temperature Control

    Stylish/Athletic Aesthetic

    Keep Rider Presentable/Moisture Control

    Solve Off-Bike Dilemma/Breathable

    TARGET MARKETCommuter cyclists

    Road cyclists

    SOLUTIONThe helmet becomes an information-providing tool that will empower the cyclist, making them more competent & more aware of their surroundings. The helmets extensive protection can be secondary in the users mind. The use of Shear-Thickening Fluids enables significant advances in reducing bulk, decreasing inconvenience, improving appearance, & managing airflow.

    COMMON FEATURESDesign elements shared by all 3 concepts

    StructureTextiles, with Shear-Thickening Fluids (STF) suspended within, compose a skin that is stretched over ribs of foam or d3o. This principle is similar to WWI fighterplane construction. Head contact is made with a polyester mesh cap on which the ribs sit. This evens helmet weight distribution & promotes ventilation.

    JOEL VANBOENINGvanboejl@mail.uc.edu

    CONCEPT:CONVENIENCEI liked chinstrap thing on the back

    I like the look of the framless HUD compared to the framed HUD

    I like the look of Convenience the most

    The Convenience design looks the coolest

    EFFE

    CTIV

    ENES

    S

    CONCEPT:PERFORMANCEI would guess that anyone looking for more use than the Convenience model would prefer the full face coverage of the performance model

    A longer tail might help with aerodynamics more than your streamlined channels

    Does not have the flexibility of other concepts

    I think the eye shield is excessive...most experienced riders where sunglasses

    Eye protection is not a sell for me, I hate having things over my eyes...it gets dirty & I have to clean it

    CONCEPT:SHOCK & AWEAlien...what is it?...ugly...mechanical

    Lots of open spaces...concerned with its safety, seems a little risky

    ...Least effective

    Good if STF catches on

    What seems like holes in between the ribs...does not look very safe, especially for the forehead

    I probably wouldnt wear it

    This definitely shocked me

    ...Just make sure the safety factor is there, because if people actually wear helmets then thats what theyre concerned about

    Least 1

    2

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    4

    Most 5

    4.25

    3.33

    2.77

    BICYCLE HELMET VALIDATIONSUMMARYOverall, the Convenience concept was prefered by evaluators. The velcro straps were not well received. Weather adaptability was also mentioned. Evaluators felt that visibility to others (riders, drivers, pedestrians) should be improved. Cost was also mentioned as a factor.

    RESEARCHInitial Research Sampling5 in-person interviews

    Concept Validation Sampling8 surveys2 in-person interviews1 city bike ride

    JOEL VANBOENING vanboejl@mail.uc.edu

    ValidationSurveys&Interviews

    USER PREFERENCE

  • STFNormalstate: a fluid that does not resist movement Uponimpact: becomes rigid & resists movement

    Afterimpact: returns to the normal state

    WhenSTFissuspendedinatextile...

    Textileretainsflexibility Uponimpact:stiffensintorigidarmor

    Thenreturnstopreviousflexiblestate

    2LayersofSTF-MDNylonrepelan800fpsleadprojectilewww.ccm.udel.edu/STF/

    Significanttestinghasbeenconductedforapplicationssuchasflexiblebodyarmor

    WHY SHEAR-THICKENING FLUID (STF) TEXTILES

  • Skin:NylonwithShear-ThickeningFluid

    Ribs:foamrubber

    Pads:standardfoam&velcro-sidedcyclinghelmetpads

    Fold-out velcroflapsatventsfor

    inclementweatherABScasing

    Archesinternallyabsorbimpacttominimizeforceonthehead

    Ribsslow&spreadrigidizedskinmovement

    Collapsesforstowage

    Ventilationchannels

    PHYSICS

  • Rearviewlightenterslens&travelsthroughfiber-opticcable,requiringnoelectricpower

    Datafromwirelesscyclocomputerprojectedintofiber-opticcable

    Rearview

    Cyclocomputer

    Adjustable

    Lensspreadslightontoprojectingsurface

    Coatedpolycarbonate

    Sound-poweredwirelessmicrophonereceivesvoicetogglecommands&transmitstocyclocomputer

    AUGMENTING AWARENESS

  • VOICEBLOG / SPC Reval Johnson / 2030.11.28 / I joined the Army in 2028wasnt sure what I wanted to do with my lifebut it was a definite step. The grassroots overthrow of the Sejakh regime looked like a step toward democracybut power corrupted the new rulers tooat least thats what it looked likeI arrived with the hastily assembled international mission to establish a just, stable governmentbut the situation proved a bit more complicatedour mission was quickly switched to counter-insurgency.

    CLASS: / DATE:FootwearDesignStudio Spring2011

    PROBLEM:

    CONVOYS ARE INEFFICIENT & VULNERABLE

  • Militaryengagedincountergeurilla-insurgencyconflicts... ...whileattemptingtoestablishstable,justgovernance

    WhiledeployedtoIraq&Afghanistan,Itookpartin&observedoperationsfirst-hand

    My third mission outside the wire was February 18, 2030, a Tuesdaywoke up early, up late last night preparingour trucks are big & complicated & vulnerable to attack because they can only use roads, & have to be armored, so theyre slow, & carry extra supplies in they case break down, which happens often. Fuel point line is longglad we fueled up the night beforeBiolene doesnt smell too badstill has to be convoyed inpeopled starve if we sourced feedstock locallybig engines are gas bingers. Delays getting out of the gatetraffic trying to go both ways, but the entrance is small for security reasons. Stuck in local trafficpeople drive crazyroads not made for large convoystop-heavy trucks take corners slow. Have to project an alert & intimidating presence to discourage attackalso makes us look like occupiers. Never know if someones trying to blow us upRules for how to treat suspected threats are made by bureaucrats not soldiersnot sure whether to go by the book or do what worksbut could launch you to Leavenworth. The previous convoy killed a local driverhe was just hurrying to workbut how do we know that?

    USER

  • =Inexchangeforprotection,convoysexactahighpriceincasualties,maintenance,time,anintrusivelogistical

    footprint,&newvulnerabilities.

    In2030,aparadigm-changingsolutionwillbepossible.

    Trucks had a hard time getting up hillshad to stop & cool offbut thats where the road goespeople watching us & talking on phones.Found possible IEDwaiting 2 hours for remote Explosive Ordinance Disposal drone (rEOD)no room to go aroundsick to my stomachhate these choke points. Dont know who are allies, enemies, undecided, or people fighting for moneyelectronic surveillence says insurgents are talking about usalready know where were goingtheyll probably shake down the village elders before we arrivetell them what to tell us.Sometimes have overwatch from attack helicopter dronesarent enough for full time coveror enough to lift us to the village. On the other hand, some local contact is goodnation-building starts with relationship-building. Just started 2nd tea when needed to leavewanted to be back by darkdespite claiming we own the nighta few simple tricks can defeat our sensors. We could almost see the base lights that nightdaring to think well get through unscathedradar alarm screamsexplosion behind lead vehiclesuddenly my truck was burning, feels like an ovencant see anythingdoor handle feels like a fire brand, doesnt workI was kicking at the doorjust kicking the door

    RATIONALE

  • Carbon nanotubesUltralight&strongmonocoqueskinstructures

    Electromagnetic controlPreciselypowers&regulatesmovementofnonconnectedpartsbetweenstablepositions

    Drives&directscomplextelescoping&unfurlingmovements

    Fly-By-Wire(less)Computersinterpret&executeuserintent

    Replacesyearsofpilottraining

    Piezoelectric transmittingEnergygeneratedbypushingabuttonsendsashort-rangewirelesscontrolsignalEliminatesneedforcomplexwiring

    Energy storageNear100%radiantheatmirroringmaterials

    Heatreplacescombustionasamobileenergysource

    Lightspeedplumbingtopreciselycontrol&directmirroredheat

    Read this on a defense contractor website, interesting...In 2027, several disaffected engineers employed in the military-industrial complex made a decision. They were fed up with their company culture. They were doing the same things theyd always done, just bigger, more features, more expensive, & fewer; because not even the government could afford to buy very many of the companys complex & costly fabrications. They questioned whether the items being made were actually effective, or just technology applied to obsolete doctrines of warfare. They formed their own company. They partnered with forward thinking low-level officers & enlisted personnel to develop gear that could change the paradigm of military operations. Through rapid-deployment programs they were able to sidestep the bureacratic barriers of the procurement system. In 2030, the first FoTMAGE systems entered service with select Special Forces units...

    TECHNOLOGICAL EXTRAPOLATION FOR 2030

  • ARintegrationwithHMD

    Speed(cruising):60 mphDuration(max):2 hours

    Wristcontrol(firinghand)

    Spareheatcells

    Breathableelastictextile

    Synth.rubberformulation

    Groundeffecthighpressurebubble

    Permanentmountingmagnetforwalkingconfiguration

    Altitude:avg.3in.(avoidspressuredetonatedIEDs)

    Carbonnanotubes(intertwined)

    Voidbetweenskins

    Coating Electromagnet

    Microstructure

    Woke up in a hospitalguess the trucks fire suppression system finally kicked inrobosurgeons fixed me up goodenough to go backyoud never know what happenedexcept for scars.

    FOOTWEAR, MOBILITY-AUGMENTING, GROUND EFFECT

  • Walking TransitionTime:0.5sec.

    Engagewristcontroltobegintransition

    Jump,partselectromagneticallytelescope&unfurlintotravelconfiguration

    Travel

    New unit means new gearfunny name, FoTMAGEmore of an FPS gamer myselftraining for a weekintense but surrealno idea how it worksnot hard to learnwind so strong youll loose your rank. First mission with the new unitgood sleep night beforedidnt need to pack much Flew right around trucks backed up at the gate.

    CONFIGURATIONS

  • Villagers were surprised when we walked upwe didnt have loud trucks scaring livestock & running over fieldselectronic surveillence said the insurgents lost us after the IED detourwouldnt tell them how we did itlet them wonder. Point person saw possible IEDtagged it for rEODtook a 500m detour to the south without stopping Started up the road through the low hillsdisengaged & hiked a kilometer over the rocks to cut out a couple hours of switchbacksre-engaged til just outside the village.

    Wristcontrolonfiringarm

    Start

    Slidingsheathprevents accidentalactivation

    Disengage

    Stop&reconfigureforwalking(atsafespeed)

    Decelerate

    Physicalfeedbackslider

    Accelerate

    Cruisecontrol

    Processor

  • Adjustablebootclosure

    Had time to show a security presence at a market on way backsaw some known insurgent collaboratorsbut they didnt dare do anythingpeople were able do get what they needed

    in peacewish the whole country was like thatwithout us being there.

    Manualdecoupleport(withtool)

    Lockingpin

    Positioningpin

  • Radioed the base gate before we arriveddidnt want them mistaking us for hostile hoverdronesdropped off heat cells at the overnight

    charger & went to debriefinghigher ups decided this gave them license to talk longersome things magic boots cant change.

    Backupdecouple

    Slidetoopen

    Maneuveringfin

    On-baserechargingdock

    Pullcellouttoswap

    Ramjetengine

    HeatCell

    Thrustvectoring nozzle

    HeatremainingBackupstart

  • Been thinking about getting outword is that FoTMAGE experience is a big in for Search & Rescue back homeguess theyre getting some toothe other agencies havent figured out how easy it is to learn.

  • CLASS: / DATE:IDStudio:Package = Product Spring2011

    PROBLEM:

    AN INTEGRATED COTTAGE CHEESE PACKAGING SOLUTION

  • Curd:Semirigidcomponentofculturedmilk

    Icooked,cultured,&ate4batchesofcurd,theyweresqueaky

    Cream:Milkfatseparatedfromunculturedmilk

    ESSENCE OF COTTAGE CHEESE

  • Over half ofconsumerssurveyed dislike cottagecheeseSaleshavebeendecreasingforthelast3decades

    Why?

    Other findings:Mostflavoritwithotherfoodproductswheneating

    Healthysourceofhighquality,fillingprotein(casein)

    Micro-organismsinside&alteringfoodArethesegerms?

    SpoiledmilkassociationorexperienceItsmadebyspoilingmilk,right?Sodoesthatmeanitsalreadyspoiled?

    LackofacculturationNeverhadit...everyoneIvetalkedtosaysitsgross!Mostwhoeatcottagecheesefirstdidsowhilegrowingup&inthepresenceofotherswhoateit.

    MouthfeelIlikereliable&crunchythings,notgooeythings.Thisfeels...slimy.

    Multipleconsistencies:curd&creamItslikethereare2differentthingsinmymouth,Ionlywantone.Itsliketapioca.

    UnestablishedidentityIwantittobecheese,milk,orcompletelycreamy.Whatisit?

    BROADER PERSPECTIVE

  • WHEYPOLDairy industry waste as source for sustainable

    polymeric material production

    Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) are biologically synthesized and biodegradable polyesters that may substitute fossil oil-derived plastics. A new process for sustainable production of PHAs with controlled composition to be used as key components in the design and production of biodegradable plastic packaging items is proposed. Whey, a European wide surplus and waste material from dairy industry will be taken as cheap feed stock for the process. After assessment of raw materials and PHA producing bacterial strains, the biotechnological process will be optimized as well as polyester extraction, using nontoxic inexpensive solvents. Purified PHA will be chemically and physically characterized and, guided by the industrial converter partners and end-user needs, an integrated production process for novel biodegradable plastics dedicated to environmentally friendly packaging and containers, meeting the EC-directive 62/94, will be the ultimate project goal.

    PROJ

    ECTF

    ACTS

    HEET

    Plastic recyclability, food films, packaging materials, Wheyprotein, biopolymer films, active packaging

    Mr. Robert CarrollPIMEC Patronal de la Petita i Mijana Empresa de Catalunya, Spain

    Rcarroll@pimec.es

    PROJECT COORDINATOR:

    Dr.Ing. Elodie BugnicourtIRIS Innovaci i Recerca Industrial i Sostenible, Spain

    ebugnicourt@iris.cat

    SUPPORTING COORDINATOR:

    IRIS Innovaci i RecercaIndustrial i Sostenible, Spain

    Fraunhofer-Institut frVerfahrenstechnik undVerpackung, Germany

    ttz Bremerhaven, Germany

    University of Pisa, Italy

    RTD PARTNERS:Petita i Mijana Empresa de Catalunya PIMEC, Spain

    Association of Hungarian Plastics Industry, Hungary

    Slovenian Plast-technics Cluster, Slovenia

    Italian Plastic Recyclers Association, Italy

    Lleters de Catalunya, Spain

    LAJOVIC TUBA EMBALAA D.D., Slovenia

    Manufacturas Serviplast s.a, Spain

    Meierei-Genossens eG, Germany

    Dunreidy Engineering Ltd., Ireland

    INDUSTRY PARTNERS:

    ABSTRACT:In the food industry, the oxidation of fats, oils, and other food components produces off-flavours, offcolours and nutrient loss. Protection against oxygen is a vital requirement of food packaging. Common synthetic polyolefin films such as PE and PP are excellent mois-ture barriers, but must be coated or laminated with synthetic polymers including EVOH and PVDC copolymers to provide an oxygen barrier. The resulting polymeric structures, while effective in minimising the permeation of oxygen, water vapour, and odour, are characteri-sed by their poor reuse due to difficulties in separating each layer for its individual recy-cling. For this reason, scientists are continually investigating alternative packaging mate-rials such as the use of biopolymers. Despite all the advantages offered by biopolymer films, they present limitations in their application due to a series of physical properties and difficulties in formation.

    Recent academic studies reveal that whey, the milk protein by-product of cheese produc-tion, acts as a good moisture-barrier film with acceptable mechanical integrity. In addition, the use of whey coating on plastic films can improve the recyclability and reuse of the plas-tic layer by removing the whey protein chemically or enzymatically. This present project will build on past research in order to arrive at a commercially feasible technique for developing whey coated plastic films, without compromising the oxygen or moisture barrier perfor-mance of conventional plastic films, while increasing their recyclability.

    The impact of this project will be considerable and embraces many issues: finding a value-added commercial use of currently discarded whey protein, replacing harmful petroleum-based plastics with a natural by-product which would safeguard the performan-ce and enhance the recyclability of substrate film, meeting to growing consumer and politi-cal environmental concerns, thus adding huge value for EU packaging, food and dairy industries.

    Mr. Ciro MaddaloniREA Research Executive Agency, BrusselsCiro.MADDALONI@ec.europa.eu

    PROJECT OFFICER:

    WHEYLAYERwww.wheylayer.eu01/11/2008 30/10/2011

    Whey protein-coated plastic films to replace expensive polymers and increase recyclability

    KEYWORDS:

    LocalcreameryPlantManagerinterview:

    Our whey byproduct is an expense

    (Therejustarentenoughmuscle-buildingsupplementstouseitall)

    Whey research studies:

  • Whipped Product Dispenser

    Cottage Industry

    Snack Sticks

    Cottagettes

    Elevated

    REPACKAGING PERCEPTIONS

  • Flavored cream fillingMultiplefruitflavorsfromjuiceconcentrate

    Auniquecombinationofcottagecheeseturnedinsideoutwiththeexcitementofcandy&theheritageofLouisTrauthDairy.Wordplay-basedalternatehistorybringsfuntoTrauthshistoricalcontext.

    Proposed processes:Coatfrozencreamcenterswithquickculturingagent&dropintoheatedmilkculturingtub

    orCulturecurds&extrudeorcuttoshape,theninjectcreamfilling

    0.6250.611

    0.625

    FRONT TOPSIDE

    Curd shell

  • Milkculturingprocess

    Forming: Vacform,fold,die-cut

    Completebiodegradation(Innormaloutdoorenvironment)

    Wheybyproduct(Incl.leftoverlactose)

    Bacterialculture

    Curd

    PHB(poly-3-hydroxybutyrate)(Polymerofbacterialfat)=

    +

    Consumer

    Perforatedbreak-awayutensil

    Less-messclipsecuresseal

    SealStrengthpreventsshreddingwhenpulled

    Translucencyprovidesvisibilityforcuriousshoppers

    Utilizesantimicrobialpropertiesofwhey

    PHB bioplastic

    CONVENIENCE & WHEY

  • Local:N.Kentucky&neighboringstatesHeritage

    SignatureproductsQuality

    BRANDING

  • Open

    Roll back seal & insert into clips (no tearing or making a mess)

    Remove utensil

  • CLASS: / DATE:IDStudio:Workstation Autumn2011

    PROBLEM:

    3D CAD WORKSPACE FOR RELEASE IN 2016*PartnerProject

    3D CAD WORKSPACE

  • SPACIAL RIGIDITY

    TEDIOUS CREATIVITY

    RESEARCH*Mine only

  • Modular Component Service

    Master Station

    Mobility

    Physicality

    Zero Zero

    Brainwave

    IDEATION*Mine only

  • PROBLEMS/OPPORTUNITIES3D CAD modeling is time-consuming & unintuitiveFrustratedmodelersfrequentlywanttoreachout&manipulatethemodellikeaphysicalobject

    2D BarrierCurrenthardware&softwaresetupsputa2Dbottleneckbetweenthe3Didea&the3Dproduct3Dconcept>2Dfeedback&input(2Ddisplays,2Dmice)>3Dproduct

    UniquenessConventionalmass-producedofficefurniturelackstheadaptabilityforeveryindividualtobecomfortablyproductiveCADmodelersarefamiliarwithdesign&fittingthingstogetherbutworkspacesrarelygivethemthechancetoimprovetheirenvironment

    FINAL CONCEPTHolographic 3D feedbackTheHolovideo Displayprojectsdepthin3dimensions,asifviewingaphysicalobject

    Intuitive 3D & 2D inputStylusallowspreciseworkinsidethe3DmodelprojectionSurfaceprovidesanenhancedcomputerinterfaceviatheStylus,multi-touchcontrol,&keyboardinputaugmentedbyaflexible,deformabledisplaymediumwithphysical,tactilefeedback

    Unlimited reconfigurabilityUniversal Mounting System(UMS)makesspacemoreefficient&customizableModularcomponentsallowuserstohaveeverythingtheyneed&eliminatetheunecessary

    MYSELF

    Research

    Ideation

    Development

    COMBINED

    PARTNER

    Research

    Ideation

    Development

    PROJECT MAP

  • AssemblyConnectmodularwallsections&components

    Tactile FeedbackThroughtheSurfacewithtyping&2Dwork

    Natural 3DThroughtheholovideodisplay

    3D InputDigitallysculptthemodelwhereyouseeit

    Physical FeedbackSoliditerationsquickly&cheaply

    ReconfigureAdd,remove,rearrangecomponentsatwill

    HOW ITS USED*Modified from storyboard layed out by partner

  • 3DPrinterPlasticextruderRecyclesmaterial

    InfraredcamerasinSurfacereadStyluslocation

    Wirelesstransmitterconveysbuttoncommands

    Mousebuttons

    Eye-trackingcamerastrackstylustipfor3Dinput

    Stylus

    HolovideoDisplay&CPU

    Infraredcamerasdetectobjects(incl.fingers&Stylus)

    Gaspressureraisesscreen

    FlexibleOLEDscreen

    Electro-magneticgridcontrolsscreenraising

    SurfaceInstantlyraises&lowerspreciseareasofthescreen

    VirtualViewingWindowprojectedtoeyesonly,conservingprocessing

    Virtualbuildarea:22(diagonal)x11.65depth

    60viewingareaDiffractiongrid

    anglesemitteddisplaylighttoconverge

    High-res.LCD

    Eye-trackingcameras

    Licensedfrom

    Licensedfrom

    Naturaldepthperception

    HOW IT WORKS*Function: Myself / Form: partner

  • Customerscancreatedigitalversionsofpotentialconfigurationswithpartslists

    Spacebetweenpanelsreducesweight&providesspacefor

    cords/cables

    WallpanelsofrecycledHDPE

    Socketcaps(optional]

    Autorewindingcordmanagementsystem

    Interchangeableorganizationtrays

    Adjustablesubdivisionpanels

    UniversalMountingSystem(UMS)Forallwalls&wall-mountedcomponents

    OnlineVirtualWorkspaceBuilder

    Pressmounting

    studintowallsocket

    Latcheslockinplaceto

    immobilizethestud&Lock

    Buttonengages

    Bothsides

    To Remove:depressLock

    Buttontounlocklatch

    To Mount:ensurespring-

    loadedlatchesareunlockedwith

    LockButtonoutComponentsbecomemodularbuildingblockswithcountlessuniqueconfigurations&layouts

    Removestudfromsocket

    UMSlight

    HOW IT WORKS*Function & form: Myself

  • Head&shoulderrestadjustmentswitch

    17.75(adjustable)

    38.6(adjustable)

    Sphericalcastersreducewearonfloor&chair

    Threadedfootrestheightadjustment

    Heightadjustmentswitch

    Telescopingmagneticresistancetubesallowminiplatformstodepress

    Acrylicminiplatforms

    Reclineswitch

    Cushioning

    CHAIR*Function & Form: Myself

  • Imadethistypeface

    INDUSTRIAL DESIGNjoel.vanboening@gmail.com / cell: 513-256-1141 / home: 513-400-3651 / 415 N 11th St, Wymore NE 68466