Interested in the projects I've worked on? See a selection of some the work that I have done below.
Note: This site is still under active development, projects details will all be somewhere in the future. If you want to learn more already, please get in touch with me.
A virtual reality headset with 3D printed lenses
Design the ‘concept car’ for Luxexcel’s transparant 3D printing service. Create something which shows the unique perceived benefits of Luxexcel’s technology. The possibilities of what you are allowed to create are endless, only limited by the properties and qualities of Luxexcel’s technology.
After an extensive research phase I decided to start developing a virtual reality (VR) headset. The reasons being my personal interest in upcoming new technological products and wanting to learn more about VR. Since virtual reality was still very new and small at the time of the project but the predictions were that this market was to grow very rapidly in the upcoming years it was also a good investment to gain knowledge about it. Since a lot of industrial designers will be needed in developing virtual as well as physical VR related applications or products. Also the fact that virtual reality headsets rely on the usage of optical lenses this product group was also very interesting for Luxexcel’s technology.
The final product I developed for this project was the Luxexcel VR, a smartphone based VR headset. (similar to Google Cardboard and Samsung’s Gear VR) By making use of Luxexcel’s transparent 3D printing technology for making the lenses in this product a lot of advantages over competing products can be created.
The 3D printing offers the ability to have prescription lenses, which relieves people wearing glasses because they don’t have to wear the glasses underneath the headset. Another benefit is that the shape of the lenses can be printed to the shape of your facial contour, this would allow for the lenses to be placed closer to your eyes thus creating a bigger field of view of the virtual world. Also because this headset works with a smartphone the lenses can be printed in the optimal configuration for your specific smartphone screen.
A social design consultancy
Envisioning the clothing store of the future
Creating a sales website for a startup
Renting unlimited clothing and accessoires for a fixed monthly fee
A drink and food container in one
Creating a more personal cargo tracking experience
The creation of this website
Creating a roadmap for the future of Peerby
A low-poly videogame made with Unity
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