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Peripheral Vision Phone. Peter Rodrigues. Purpose. To increase the safety and awareness of individuals that use their phones to text while walking or completing an activity. I felt that it was necessary to make a phone that enhances the user’s peripheral vision. Scenario.

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Peripheral vision phone

Peripheral Vision Phone

Peter Rodrigues


Purpose

Purpose

  • To increase the safety and awareness of individuals that use their phones to text while walking or completing an activity.

  • I felt that it was necessary to make a phone that enhances the user’s peripheral vision.


Scenario

Scenario

  • Before Katie walks to school, she checks the weather on her phone to decide what coat she should wear. Using the colorful weather map on her phone she decides it will be rainy so she should wear a rain jacket. As she begins to walk to school, she decides to text her friend about a project that is due today. She switches her phone from the ‘normal’ function to the ‘mobile’ function. This changes the transparent glass screen from an all color display to a clear screen with a simplistic bright blue display. The transparent screen permits greater visibility as to where she is walking. Additionally, she holds her head higher because the phone rests in her hands at about a 60 degree angle due to the bottom heavy features of the phone. This promotes her peripheral vision and overall safety from the early morning traffic. She sends her text which prompts her with the message “Sent” and the phone reverts back to its mobile capabilities of making a phone call, typing a text and receiving a text.


Site map 1

Site Map - 1

Tap the center ‘menu’ button

Passcode Security unlock

Tap on the ‘Weather’ application

Type in your zip code and tap on ‘Search’

Tap the power button on the bottom right corner once to put the phone back into its sleep mode

The weather can be viewed in the normal screen state, making it non-transparent


Site map 2

Site Map - 2

Tap the center ‘menu’ button

The transparent screen appears with a bright blue display

Switch the ‘Mobile’ function to ON

Passcode Security unlock

Tap on the keyboard to type, press ‘Send’ when the message is done

Limited to only phone and texting conversations, press message

Tap the power button on the bottom right corner once to put the phone back into its sleep mode


Wireframe normal mode weather

Wireframe: Normal Mode - Weather


Wireframe mobile mode unlock

Wireframe: Mobile Mode - Unlock


Wireframe mobile mode talk or message

Wireframe: Mobile Mode – Talk or Message


Wireframe mobile mode phone

Wireframe: Mobile Mode - Phone


Wireframe mobile mode texting

Wireframe: Mobile Mode - Texting


Usability study

Usability Study

  • User A felt that the weight of the phone was too disproportionate.

  • User B liked the idea of a transparent screen to allow the ability to view where you are walking.

  • User C thought that the design was well thought out but it would not sell.


Thank you

Thank You!


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