TOT

How might we deliver a positive experience to 4 to 10 year old children with transtibial amputation?

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Ethnographic Research

Strategic Design

SolidWorks

KeyShot

Rapid Prototyping

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Duration : 

Team : 

Savannah, GA, USA

Oct 2014 - Nov 2014 (Research + Design)

 

Self

PROSTHETIC LEG

TOT

ABSTRACT
MY ROLE
TOT is a prosthetic leg designed for 4 to 10-year-old children with transtibial amputations. The goal of the project is to direct them to have a positive experience with their prosthetic by implementing innovative materials and finishes.
 
TOT has multilayer shells with integrated expansion joint that will resolve the issue of actual replacement of the prostheses. This will provide an easy adaptability for children and offer customization at an affordable price.

TOT is designed in 5 weeks. My role was to conduct in-person interviews, generate insights and define five design criteria. The final design was visualised in SolidWorks and KeyShotvisualized

My Learning Experience
Transtibial amputation and prosthetic design.
Empathy towards 4 - 10 year old children with transtibial amputation.
3D printing working part prototype assembly.
Criteria
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