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van Driessche, Bart (author)
Although there are systems that allow you to take your infant with you on a cargo bike, there were still many prejudices and concerns on this matter. Due to the transmitted vibrations, which could be a source of discomfort and a risk to human health, experts criticized travelling with infants on bicycles and cargo bikes. An infant safety seat is...
master thesis 2019
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Tietze, Tim (author)
This graduation report aimed towards the vision „ Transform the needs of the minority into the wishes of the majority“. Children with physical disabilities face the issue to be excluded from the toy world of the able-bodied children. Toys with small buttons, heavyweight or the need of two hands for operating are examples which let children with...
master thesis 2019
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Noë, Tom (author)
Children missing an upper limb face a wide range of issues. Besides the difficulties adult prosthetic users face, such as unsatisfactory function, comfort, and appearance, children also have to deal with the challenges associated with growth. The goal of this thesis was to design an appealing solution for these growing children with an upper...
master thesis 2019
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Kiliçoğlu, Ihsan (author)
This thesis explores the possible effects of spatial characteristics on the use and
perception public space by pre-teen children. The aim of this thesis was to identify spatial patterns that can be used to create urban public spaces which enhance the ability of children to make (diverse) friends, to explore different urban landscapes,...
master thesis 2018
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Vilarasau Creus, Núria (author)
This project aims at improving the experience of children during blood drawing procedure at Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children’s Hospital.
Blood test is a procedure that creates stress and anxiety for patients, and it can result in a very traumatic experience for children. This brings other issues that make the blood draw more complicated,...
master thesis 2018
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Touw, Alexandra (author)
Being ill, treatment at health centres causes anxiety and stress with children. This has a negative effect on their wellbeing, healing process and more important, their cognitive, motoric and social development. The goal of this thesis is to describe a set of generic properties for the built environment to reduce this negative effect by...
master thesis 2018
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de Jong, Simone (author)
This thesis describes the process of the development of the MuseumMakers application: a tool for providing constructive feedback by children to museums. The tool only focuses on regular visits, because it is more difficult to collect feedback from younger visitors. This is due to the fact there is no interaction between museum employees and...
master thesis 2018
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Simons, Rochelle (author)
An acute admission is a disruption from daily life and affects the child patient and his or her family. To reduce this disruption of daily life, the VKC is planning to build a Paediatric Acute Medical Unit (P-AMU) in the coming years. The VKC (Vrouw-Kind Centrum; Woman-Child Center) is the center of excellence in the field of all woman and child...
master thesis 2018
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Luu, Chiwei (author)
The aim of this project was to stimulate young children with cancer to engage in physical play to decrease the stagnation of their physical development. Children from the age of 2 to 5 are in the middle of their physical growth and development. This is also the age group with the highest risk of being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia...
master thesis 2018
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Kostoulas, Nemo (author)
Otly! is an Amsterdam based startup that aims to remove difficulties around digital money for children. The company aims to accomplish this by providing a safe financial ecosystem for children as well as their parents. With a pocket money app for both parents and children, Otly strives to introduce the first banking experience for kids.
master thesis 2017
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Wong, Bo (author)
This project aims to plant a seed in the minds of children to develop sustainable behaviour now and inspire an attitude of environmental stewardship for the future. Children grow up in a take-make-dispose world driven by consumerism. This world is characterised by the continuous production of new consumer products. This has a significant...
master thesis 2017
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Martens, Rosanne (author)
‘Navigating a hospital for children’ was a project done for the Wilhelmina children’s hospital. This project focuses on letting children feel in control while they find their way to the right department, in contrast to feeling stressed and scared in the (new) hospital environment. The project goal was to design a positive wayshowing system that...
master thesis 2017
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Pérez del Real, Elizabeth (author)
This graduation project presents a strategy roadmap for the development of an innovative and educational gardening toy for UNGA. The roadmap intends to act as an organizational tool for the company, to have a holistic overview of the new product development process from the start to the end. This is done by showing the links between solid...
master thesis 2017
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Verweij, Kees (author)
Play objects designed for for rebellious play offer possibilities for physically and socially active play and derives its play value from balancing rebellion and conformism, rulemaking and rule-breaking. In doing so it is aimed to provide a setting where children can behave in ways that may not normally be stimulated. playing with a rebellious...
master thesis 2017
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de Boer, Jelmer (author), de Bree, Emilie (author), Remeijsen, Pascal (author), Verzijl, Matthijs (author)
A large problem that primary schools face is that the ratio of pupils to teachers is too high, the class sizes are too large and this makes it difficult for a single teacher to have a good oversight of how the development of a given child is going. The aim of Interactive Robotics is to tackle this problem by bringing robots into the classroom to...
bachelor thesis 2017
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de Groot, Jens (author)
This report describes the project of designing an interactive exhibit for children in the context of Science Centre Delft to actively explore, and thereby learn about, the interactions of light and sound beams with materials. It involves the application of a directional speaker in a totally new and dynamic way to trigger sound and light effects....
master thesis 2017
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Heijmerink, L.L. (author)
This report contains the graduation project of Linde Heijmerink. The graduation project is the last Master project at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at the TU Delft whereby the Master of Integrated Product Design will be completed. With the achievement of this project the title “Master of Science” will be acquired. This Graduation...
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Ten Brug, L.F. (author)
Double Degree: Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and the Built Environment / Urbanism AND Faculty of Applied Sciences / Science ommunication. Obesity is appointed as a pressing 21st century public health threat by the World health organization. Current sedentary behaviour in Western society is key in fast spread of the obesity epidemic. Children...
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Kik, R.M. (author)
One out of seven primary school children is suffering from overweight and sometimes even obesity. This is caused by a lack of physical activity and unhealthy food diets. Children playing outdoors is positively and significantly associated with the child’s physical activity. Peerdrops is a small Dutch company that creates product, graphic and...
master thesis 2017
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Latcham, T. (author)
This report is an account of the graduation project executed by Thomas Latcham for the Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis (WKZ) in Utrecht, concluding his master degree in Design for Interaction at the Delft University of Technology. The goal of the project was to design a new garment for the pediatric patients in the hospital to wear when undergoing...
master thesis 2017
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