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Step ON / Multiple tap

Step ON
Step ON

People generally use their toes not fingers to turn on/off the switch located on the floor. To take an example of a representative behavioral pattern, we often try to turn on/off the button for multiple tap which is usually located ‘on the floor’ by using our toes. ‘Step on’ is designed based on this behavioral pattern and thus is conveniently usable for people who have a hard time pushing the button such as old man and disabled people.

University

Hanyang University

Hanyang University
Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Design

Hanyang university

Hanyang university
gyeonggi-do Anyang-Si, South Korea

BUM KI SONG

Design

Hanyang University

Hanyang University
Gyeonggi-do Uijeongbu-si,, South Korea

HYEON SU HAN