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Schmidt, K.E. (author)
Assignment With the release of new frigates by 2030, the target is set to operate them with fewer personnel by introducing more complex systems on board. An important human-computer interaction challenge lies in the design of decision support with new technologies, which was explored in my graduation project. Phase 1: Research This project...
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Burford, J.C. (author)
The assignment given by AFKL was to improve customer satisfaction of outstation lounges. Whether this be by improving the current lounges or by coming up with new, alternative services to the lounge. From research it was concluded that there are three different types of lounge users: time efficient, regular, and cautious or working. It’s...
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Melcior Carrillo de Albornoz, J. (author)
Despite the limited amount of empirical evidence, the adoption of the Design Thinking approach is frequently presented as a solution to many of the problems that large organizations face when executing radical innovation projects. In this master thesis, a longitudinal study was conducted which revealed the difficulties of implementing such...
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ten Cate, W.J.A. (author)
This graduation project was started on the observation that most orthopaedic companies seem to be still far away from producing 3D printed sockets for customers. Research into manual and digital manufacturing methods resulted in an overview of the possibilities for integrating digital tools into the socket production process. Together with the...
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Homburg, B.A.P. (author)
A new airport furniture collection has been designed for passengers that travel in groups and experience airside dwell-time at an airport terminal. Traveling with a group is trending, more than 28% of passengers at Schiphol travel with more than two persons. Passengers traveling in groups have different waiting behaviour and thus different needs...
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Koomen, W. (author)
There is a strong market demand for extractors that are discretely integrated in the worktop. However, consumers have expressed concerns about whether downdrafts are able to effectively extract cooking vapours. These concerns are reasonable as a lid is to be used to direct the cooking vapours. Design goal - A design goal was set to design a new...
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Oyekan, I.M. (author)
This graduation project focuses on the process of developing a Women’s Empowerment programme for aspiring female entrepreneurs in the Gambia. The goal of this programme is to create an opportunity for women to start and develop their own sandals company, with sandals made from natural/ consumer waste materials, freely or cheaply obtainable in...
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van Beek, E. (author)
The developments in smart products and ubiquitous digital technology urges us to develop thoughtful design approaches that deal with this newly shaping reality. This report describes an investigation into Objects with Intent, embodied agents in human activity. The aim of this project is to generate more insights in the design approach and...
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Kleissen, K.J. (author)
The aim of this master thesis is to design an applicator which is able to apply an antibiotic hydrogel to prevent the risk of periprosthetic infections. These infections are a burden for the patient and are related to extra cost for the hospital and healthcare system. This graduation project is on behalf of Zimmer Biomet, TU Delft and is in...
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Verburg, S. (author)
In recent years, a new culture has arisen in which citizens use technology to make and learn for themselves. This culture, called maker culure, has gathered the attention of the municipality of Delft as a means to have citizens contribute to long term municipality goals outlined in a Smart City vision. This master thesis explores how maker...
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Taams, S.P. (author)
Through emerging technologies, it is possible to efficiently extend everyday objects with wireless communication and sensing-/actuating functionality. The objects can communicate with each other as well as with humans. The movement that is concerned with applying and investigating these technologies is called The Internet of Things. What the...
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Passa, D. (author)
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D'Hollandere, A.J. (author)
This graduation project focuses on the stressful moments of elderly people with dementia, caused by changes in their environment. A research through design approach was followed with the aim to design a product that reduces the amount of stress experienced by the elderly. During the analysis phase, five different studies have been performed to...
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Mul, J. (author)
This project is about developing a solution for cath lab physicians. A cath lab physician is a medical doctor, with a background in cardiology, neurology, electro physiology or radiology, who performs cath lab procedures. A cath lab procedure is a minimal invasive procedure in which a catheter is brought into the body of a patient via a small...
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Weiss, A.J. (author)
This thesis puts forward a design for an affordable 3D scanner that can easily capture accurate 3D models of the human hand. Such 3D scans are a requirement for designing and manufacturing personalised products, which open up a new world of design possibilities by tailoring products specifically to a single person. An example of such a product...
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Letsoin, G. (author)
This graduation project involves the design of a new monuments in the gate area contributing to a better experience, more comfort and more efficiency.
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Van Heeswijk, M.M.A. (author)
The core business of an airport is its air-side activities but it could not function without fluent, multi-modal and resilient land-side connectivity with its surroundings. The AirportCity is located in a dense urban area and therefore also the most important land-side transport interchange of the Netherlands. Due to the growth of air travellers...
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Safari, I. (author)
Within the context of today’s linear economy refurbishment constitutes a promising strategy in recovering critical resources. However, the value of refurbishment is currently explored only within specific product categories. This graduation assignment aims to provide insights into the factors affecting consumer acceptance of different product...
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Scholtens, J. (author)
New 3D printing techniques enables companies to rapidly create high-quality and full-coloured objects. This allows them to create tangible objects to communicate ideas and concepts, instead of conventional flat 2D presentations.In order to explore what opportunities this innovation can provide, a deeper understanding of the impact of using...
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Kaland, L.P. (author)
A new breed of creative agencies in the Netherlands have emerged in the past decade. These agencies use visual thinking skills and methods to advice in (re)designing services and strategies of other organizations. One of these creative agencies is Ink Strategy. Doing new projects for organizations in Singapore has opened the opportunity to...
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