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Existing door locks only considered general adults' gaze and usability, rather than
considering the eyes of children or disabled people, so height and gaze direction
made them uncomfortable for children and disabled people. This difference can bethe beginning of discriminationa and inequality between strong and weak.
I aim to provide better usability and psychological stability by designing with consideration of everybody's eyes level for solving the small difference.
Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
LEE Pyeong Deung ,