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Research in Functional Wearable Design by Dr. Adriana Gorea
The interdisciplinary minor in engages students in interdisciplinary learning that covers key components of functional wearable design in science, technology, creativity, product design and prototyping, and user needs. Students use innovative design and interdisciplinary problem solving skills to tackle important product development problems that can provide better protection for human beings against harsh, and sometimes hazardous, environmental conditions during sporting or working activities, or enhance human performance and health. This minor will give students the chance to take what they learn in other disciplines, beyond Fashion and Apparel Studies courses, and think more rigorously and innovatively about how to use knowledge from other fields to design functional wearable products.
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Adaptive Casual Shoe for Ankle Foot Orthotic Users
The "Adaptive Casual Shoe for Ankle Foot Orthotic Users" is just one of the projects completed in Wearable Product Design class!
The project worked on by students was accepted into the ITAA 2020 Conference Design Exhibit!