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Braille Pot / Pot

Braille Pot
Braille Pot

Braille-pot informs the user of an extent of heat in an easy way, by presenting braille on its handle. Unlike its name, the braille does not constitute a form of a character. Instead, it provides a tactile perception by brailles popping up in an order following the temperature of the pot.
The surface(Aluminium or Stainless Steel) temperature of the pot is transmitted to the copper handle. Then the bi-metal part, consisted of 4 types of copper boards arranged according to their thermal conductivities, conveys the heat in order. The bi-metal bends due to the thermal conduction and following extension of copper boards. Braille blocks attached to

University

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam university

Yeungnam university
Daegu, South Korea

Sunghoon Jung

Design

Yeungnam university

Yeungnam university
Seoul, South Korea

Dongwon Jang