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Heat Sense / sticker

Heat Sense
Heat Sense

In Summer, the temperature of a car that has been exposed to sunlight for a long period can rise above 90 degrees. If a person touches a car or presses the body against the car, he or she can get a burn right away.
HEATSENSE, which is attached to the car, indicates visually the temperature of the exterior of the car. Through allowing the temperature of a car to be recognized easily by being attached to the car, both the driver and pedestrians are protected.

University

Konkuk University

Konkuk University
Chungju, South Korea

Design

monocomplex

monocomplex
Seoul, South Korea

Hyunwoo Park Jangwon Cho Eunsang Hwang Taemin Kim