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Intersectional Scale / Measuring cup

Intersectional Scale
Intersectional Scale

Traditional measuring cups have a straight line scale for determining the volume of content when the measuring cup is upon a level surface. However, the straight line scale is useless while pouring. We often repeat pouring movements in order to make sure we get the correct amount we want.

Therefore, the “Rotating Invariant Volume Scale” is a alternative volume scale which is a function defined by intersections of two different types of volume scales. The scale is not only used in ordinary condition, but also measurable while pouring. Users can pour and measure at the same time, and pour exact quantities of liquids in one movement.

University

Thunghai University

Thunghai University
Taichung, Taiwan

Design

Thunghai University

Thunghai University
Taichung, Taiwan

Chia Hao Hung