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  Avocadot is a system for people who pay real attention to mindful cooking, vegetarian, food allergies and so on, efficiently alerting and guiding its users to the consumption of the specific nutrients they require. Avocadot seamlessly fits within your kitchen environment causing no disruption to it’s existing structure. With Avocadot’s simple technology we’re able to better understand both the food products we already have within our kitchens and when we are in the process of purchasing new foods.

Avocadot operates utilising Beacon Bluetooth technology. These modularised Beacon chips are attached to your food containers where they gather tailored information. Connected via a smartphone and the Avocadot kitchen scale, nutritional values of the food containers will be displayed on your smartphone.

By advancing our understanding and knowledge of the foods we eat, we are enabling ourselves to achieve our desired health, physical and fitness goals.







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  When it comes to cake, in daily life, it is often shared with someone rather than eating alone. What would be the effective and interesting way to share a cake with more people? This product is an exclusive knife for cake which provides various range of cutting angle to serve certain number of people. With simple mathematical principle, it brings a pleasure to the moment of cutting a cake, also it is possible to carry a piece of cake at the same time.



  The angle of physical line of the product enables user to slice a cake comfortably by themselves. By applying this principle to the design language, it is capable of play a functional role with minimal form which brings a pleasure.



  To understand product easily for user, the structural role parts are intentionally exposed. Through that process, a lot of time consumed in various variations of design to maintain the beauty of product, also, with difficulty of calculating the all the angles of the product, it contains a function for ambiguous angles.







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  How can we put natural permanent into design? In the world that we live in, natural phenomenon is just miraculous with its beauty. A lot of things in our lives comes from knowledge and inspiration from pure nature. Within the man-made products, would it be possible to make an object from nature that creates exclusive things.
A chair with unexpected form resulting from a manufacturing process based on natural phenomena.
This experimental project was selected in work in progress show at Royal College of Art
Natural wrinkles made by using a plastic bag framework creates the beauty. This process never come out of the ever existing manufacturing process. This leads to break the morphological concept of chair and make awareness of different perceptions of people.





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