Sinh viên ngành Industrial Design NUS giới thiệu các giải pháp cải thiện cuộc sống

Thứ hai, 13/06/2022, 09:30 GMT+7

Creative ideas aplenty! The graduating class of the Division of Industrial Design (DID) at the NUS College of Design and Engineering (CDE) showcased their work to guests, industry representatives, as well as their family and friends at the DID Gradshow 2022 opening night held on 3 June. This is the first in-person physical event after two years when the showcase had to be held virtually due to the pandemic.

DID graduating student John Tay (left) explaining his invention - called Rehabit - to NUS President Prof Tan Eng Chye (right) at the NUS DID Gradshow 2022.

NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye and Dean of CDE Professor Aaron Thean were among the guests present to celebrate this special occasion with the 48 graduating DID students.

The projects on display ranged from socially transformative designs to improve people’s lives, to projects that push new frontiers in design exploration and research. Some interesting designs created by the young designers include therapy equipment to help stroke patients carry out rehabilitation exercises correctly, safely and independently; a rollerball to relieve eczema itch; as well as an online platform to teach children financial literacy in an increasingly cashless world.

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