SILENCE, A BIKE WITH SENSORY ORGAN Electric Bicycle by YI-SIN HUANG

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
SILENCE, A BIKE WITH SENSORY ORGAN

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Electric Bicycle

INSPIRATION:
Silence is an E-Bike designed for deaf people. Its radar and warning lights become the 2nd sensory organ for them. They can be unrestrained enjoying the fun of riding.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The electricity station provides the uninterrupted power for its radar and warning lights. The radar detects the location and speed of the rear objects within 10 meters sector during riding. These data will be transmitted to the computer to predict the movement of rear objects upon the path by 3 different lights to inform the rider to read the road condition. They will have more time to deal with the next movement upon their riding. Silence is a bike helps to keep out the dangerous for any riders. It is also the best partner of deaf rider.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The electricity station provides the uninterrupted power for its radar and warning lights. The radar detects the location and speed of the rear objects within 10 meters sector during riding. These data will be transmitted to the computer to predict the movement of rear objects upon the path by 3 different lights to inform the rider to read the road condition. They will have more time to deal with the next movement upon their riding. Silence is a bike helps to keep out the dangerous for any riders. It is also the best partner of deaf rider.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project stated in March 2013 and finished in November 2013 designed by Yi-Sin Huang.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
By using the carbon fiber frame, it is to strengthen the whole structural but also reduces the total weight itself.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
410 W x 1745.8 D x 1064.5 H mm (16.2 x 68.8 x 41.9 inch) / Uninterrupted electricity station provides the power for the radar and warning lights to give deaf people to aware the object by vision signs to avoid the dangerous.

TAGS:
Sensory organ, Safety, Simple, Quick, Perception, Humanity, Smart

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Mostly, I found people first use their auditory sense to locate the behind moving objects before changing directions and during the riding. Then they use vision to make the 2nd action to complete the whole movement. That was the main point why deaf people need more for the auxiliary devices, radar detective, warning light, and power supply, to be their first auditory sense to detect the riding condition in order to make "Silence" the whole car becomes their 2nd sensory organ of them.

CHALLENGE:
The cooling mode of warning light system can be done by more efficient way in order to achieve the purpose of the low cost.

ADDED DATE:
2014-02-26 07:34:28

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Image #1: Designer Yi-Sin Huang, Silence, 2013, Image #2: Designer Yi-Sin Huang, Visible Silence, 2013, Image #3: Designer Yi-Sin Huang, Silence's Radar, 2013, Image #4: Designer Yi-Sin Huang, Silence's Lighting, 2013, Image #5: Designer Yi-Sin Huang, Silence's figure, 2013.

Visit the following page to learn more: http://karljbox.wix.com/yi-sin-huang
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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Karl H Studio

PROFILE:
The main concept of Karl H Studio is to design for any possibilities to make our life better. Our theme of work is to live in design and to make people to enjoy our design in their daily life. Our studio work will take step by step to meet our goal to spare our design seeds all over the world. Karl's original provides brand new experience to achieve clients inquiries and make most suitable design for their needs.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Silence, a Bike With Sensory Organ Electric Bicycle by Yi-sin Huang is a Nominee in Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Silence, a Bike With Sensory Organ Electric Bicycle by Yi-sin Huang is Winner in Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design Category, 2013 - 2014.

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