1. Meta Real

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    from david tung / Added

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    "To stop your mind does not mean to stop the activities of mind. It means your mind pervades your whole body. Your mind follows your breathing. With your full mind you form the mudra in your hands." - Shunryu Suzuki This project was exhibited at an exhibition at Stanford University called Personal Statements where the participants install a piece that represents who they are and introduces them to the design community. I am fascinated with the invisible potentials of the body and how they manifest in the physical world. For example, the athlete who is able to have such mastery of mental training, that in competition, at the highest intensity, he is able to keep his pulse at 80 BPM when his opponent is at 90, 90 to 100, 100 to 110, 110 to 120. Mastery of the mind and thus body at this level and beyond is all capable, but is often neglected. Through the synthesis of a microcontroller and pulse sensor you will have your resting pulse rate measured. If you are able to reach a state of calm by lowering pulse rate you will be able to lift a weight heavier and higher than you are physically capable. We can all walk this earth and be Jedis.

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    • Gentle Shutter Winds

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      from Sarah-Marie Chan / Added

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      Responding to the prompt of visualizing mobility, I created this homey nightlight for a child’s room. Gentle Shutter Winds was composed of a fan and a light bulb hidden in a box of shutters. The shutters are easily shifted with a gentle touch, changing the force of the wind and the vibrance of the light. The movement is visualized on the hanging curtains in front of the shutters: a soothing, playful breathing of light before bedtime. This prompt was part of the class ME 260: Design Principles.

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      • The Stag Beetle

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        from Sarah-Marie Chan / Added

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        As part of ME 112: Mechanical Systems Design, I built the Stag Beetle with Mykel Braswell, Alex Chang, and Jasmine Lee. The objective was to explore transmission design for maximizing output efficiency. The Stag Beetle efficiently climbed a wooden column and stopped without slipping.

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        • Rabbit: A motor-driven mechanism with a rabbit-like gait.

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          from Sarah-Marie Chan / Added

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          As part of ME 112: Mechanics of Materials, I worked with Mykel Braswell, Raven Jackson-Stone, and Michelle Teo to design and build Rabbit. Using four-bar linkage design, mechanical gearing, and cam shafts, we developed Rabbit to meet the objective of climbing an inclined ramp within 30 seconds.

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          • Revolve Bike Discs Prototypes

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            from Sarah-Marie Chan / Added

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            As part of startup Revolve Bike Discs, these early prototypes attempt to protect commuter bikers from chain grease and tear. Created with Brandon Skerda. To see the final product, see http://vimeo.com/65198792

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            • PUSH - Design Garage 2012

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              from justin fraga / Added

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              STANFORD UNIVERSITY // d.School // Winter & Spring 2012 Join a passionate team of designers in creating a better future for people with limited mobility. We will become intimate with the challenges faced by this inspirational user group and deliver meaningful solutions with impact. We're looking for energetic teammates who have a bias towards action and a strong desire to make positive change in the lives of others. Apply here: tinyURL/DesignGarage

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              • Icarus Kinetic Fan

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                from Yulia Pinkusevich / Added

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                Kinetic fan created by Yulia Pinkusevich, Aluminum steel and Tyvec.

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