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A “knotting assistive device” is integrated on the trash can. People with dysfunctional hands can effortlessly tie a knot using the branching design.
Transforming intuitive operating into designing “knotting assistive device” simplifies the actions of packing the trash. A simple branching design serving as a pivot improves fluency of the movement of tying the bag which effectively helps users can easily tie a knot with single hand.
Ming Chuan University
New Taipei City, Taiwan
Shih-Han, Shen Cing-En, Chen Yu-Chi, Liao