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Weber, Martijn (author)
The market of quantum computing is growing rapidly due to the rising demand of high-performance computing. By combining quantum theory and computer science, quantum computing shows great promise for future application in fields like algorithms, cryptography, machine learning and quantum simulation. Current breakthroughs in quantum technology and...
master thesis 2023
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Tan, Tessa (author)
Collective behaviour can be seen everywhere. It is the phenomenon where many individuals form a group together and act as a whole. These groups are mesmerising to watch, but we can also learn from them. The way these groups behave depend on how the individuals react to their local surroundings. Obtaining knowledge about this concept brings...
master thesis 2022
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Jantji, Cindy (author)
Past and current product design practices have not been and are not skin tone inclusive. People with darker skin tones are regularly excluded from the design process and the final product. Examples of this are the simple adhesive bandage and the more advanced facial recognition software. This project aimed to change this through an exploration...
master thesis 2021
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Wang, Jun (author)
This project aims to improve employees’ social well-being in offices through informal interactions. It consists of 3 phases in total, context research, idea generation and concept development. Experiencing prototyping was mainly used in the design process.<br/><br/>In the first phase, observation and interviews were conducted in 2 offices in...
master thesis 2021
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Gerard, Thor (author)
Everybody has a personal space. A zone that you naturally preserve free around you, so you feel at your most comfortable. That personal space varies quite a lot from person to person. It is also a fluid zone because it is very much dependent on the type of interaction you are having at that moment. 
This thesis was the development of a design...
master thesis 2021
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Padmasola, S. (author)
The Netherlands is one of the forerunners in the fields of international scientific research, education and innovation. Currently ,the country faces a dire problem - insufficient technologically skilled people to meet the demands of the fast growing technological development. <br/>To address this problem, the government mandated to actively...
master thesis 2020
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Van Iersel, B. (author)
The goal for this project was to determine opportunities for Fairphone to expand their portfolio and develop and validate a concept that deserves to carry the Fairphone name. Hence the title: ‘Spreading Fairphone’s philosophy across consumer electronics’. The project is split into three phases: Analysis, Conceptualization, and Materialization....
master thesis 2017
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Faber, T. (author)
Currently location trackers for valuables have a short battery life, demanding an intensive battery maintenance experience of the user. Discharged batteries mean a malfunctioning product, resulting in a false sense of security by the user. The incentive of this thesis is to explore the opportunities in energy harvesting technologies, low power...
master thesis 2016
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Marinkovic, E. (author)
The aim of the following project was to investigate the acceptability of an infant wearable as a consumer market product for the Philips Avent uGrow range. Infant wearables are a new technology, and although some currently exist on the market (mainly spearheaded by startups), it is unclear whether this would be a good direction for Philips to...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Meulen, E. (author)
This project in combination with the ‘technology in motion’ project at the faculty of technology, management and policy (TBM) focusses on the assessment of people with Parkinson’s disease (PD). The goal of the project was to motivate people with PD that are often above the age of 55 years, to make certain arm movements with their effected limb....
master thesis 2016
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Van Boheemen, F.A.D. (author)
CONTEXT With the rise of smart connected products the user will have more and more products to monitor and control directly (and remotely). Although these products bring us new benefits, these products also have downsides. Connected products are significantly more complex. Not only installing a connected product requires more steps, but also the...
master thesis 2016
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Kallenbach, B.C. (author)
In this project, a solution and prototype was developed for Mapiq that enables users in shared workspace environments to find a workspace, and increases the effective efficiency of existing resources through a social system. In shared workspace environments such as university libraries and an increasing number of offices (like clients of Mapiq),...
master thesis 2016
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Lin, J. (author)
This Master thesis is about research and conceptualization of a digital communication system to enrich expression and interpretation of emotions through sensor technologies in a more humane way. The project has explored and discovered user needs and concerns in digital communication through academic research, preliminary user research. For the...
master thesis 2016
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De Planque, O.B.B. (author)
Energy waste is an issue of considerable size. Not only at home, but more increasingly so in public spaces. The TU Delft has set itself a number of sizeable energy saving goals for the near future, but with current initiatives focusing mostly on efficiency and responsible sourcing, not much is being done about altering the demand for energy. In...
master thesis 2015
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Katsouris, D.K. (author)
Development of a spasticity assessment equipment to be placed on children during examination.
master thesis 2015
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Speek, I.C.T.M. (author)
Available connectivity in everyday objects has inspired design experts to develop methodologies for designing interactive environments - large-scale environments existing out of multiple embedded devices that interact with a user as if to be a single entity. The computer science community uses ad hoc distributed networks to accommodate scaling...
master thesis 2015
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Van Beek, L.C. (author)
Clay Solutions, a specialist in cloud-based locking systems, wants to enter the residential market, but faces a difficult challenge: people do not trust electronic locking systems as much as traditional locks and keys. Fulcrum, a new locking system, incorporates qualities of wisdom in its adaptive behavior in order to elicit trust in users and...
master thesis 2015
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Willemsen, D.R.S. (author)
Currently 75% of children with a visual impairment attend regular schools. Schools are digitizing, which poses both advantages as well as threads to the education of students who are blind. With help of VoiceOver or refreshable braille displays, digital textual information has become accessible to the student, however, there is no solution...
master thesis 2015
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Ramirez Nates, C. (author)
This is a Design for Interaction (DfI) master project of the Industrial Design Engineering (IDE) Faculty of TUDelft. In collaboration of Oorzaak (a Dutch company) and the Faculty of Humanities of Leiden University, Centre for Linguistics this research has been developed. The main topics are communication between hearing impaired (HI) and hearing...
master thesis 2015
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Schreuder, C.M. (author)
Luko takes children into the world of cell research. It triggers their curiosity and provides them with a wider range of knowledge about their disease. Luko forms a trigger for social contact between patients in the day care ward and provides the opportunity to exchange experiences and knowledge. Luko makes coming back for the next chemo...
master thesis 2014
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