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Easily access components from a handheld form Photographer: Casey Munro
May be mounted to tree or nesting box for device flexibility Photographer: Casey Munro
Integrated with weigh station and RFID for monitoring penguins.
Threaded inserts on back allow for easy attachment to a variety of surfaces Photographer: Casey Munro
Exploded view of componentry.
Dimensions of electrical componentry heavily influenced the dimensions and form of the device Photographer: Casey Munro
Hero shot: mountable to a variety of surfaces, forward-facing camera. Photographer: Casey Munro.
Can function in a variety of roles. Photographer: Casey Munro
Through product design it is possible to not only imagine the world how you want it to be, but also to actively change it by creating devices and products of real value to their users. It is through solving small problems that we nibble away at larger problems. Whether it is by designing a disaster-relief sewage system, a system to monitor penguins or a portable water clarity device, it is possible to improve the world in small ways that add together for a great effect.