Title
HP Knoq

Project
HP Sponsored Project, Spring 2017
Professor:
Brian Boyle, Elise Co, & Jeff Higashi

UX/UI Design

 

Description
Collaborated in a team with two product design students and a graphic design student for the HP sponsored project to create a concept product, user experience, and user interface for the future of computing. HP Knoq is a remote communication tool that allows creative collaborators to share and review tangible objects in space. It is designed to enable HP to provide a computing device that enables 3D communication using holographic technology.

Collaborated with: 
Juno Park (product designer), Yidan Zhang (product designer),
and James Chu (graphic designer)
Role:  UX/UI design, visual design, concept development, research, storyboarding and art direction

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HP Knoq is a remote communication tool that allows creative collaborators to share and review tangible objects in space. 

Knoq Hub

The main device that allows the users to send and receive a tangible object without it ever leaving their hands.

Knoq Tablet

The portable device that provides the users with a platform for intuitive annotations with the ability to capture and measure the object.

Knoq Stylus

The pointing device that allows the users to precisely control the object, along with the ability to sketch, write and speak with it.


 

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02. Browsing holographic objects

03. Scanning a physical object

04. Annotating physically on an object

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