Login

All posts by Balanisha

07

Nov'19

Human Safety

Team Members: Balanisha, Deepak Problem Statement: Mobile phone is the most used gadget in the world.In this current 21st century, almost every person all around the world uses smartphone. All smartphones will emit electromagnetic radiations, which are harmful to humans as well as animals and birds.Due to the excessive SAR(Specific absorption rate) value, more than a million creatures are affected. These are highly carcinogenic and can lead to occurrence of deadly diseases.  User Persona: Users are mainly around the age group 15-30. The users around this age group are mostly engrossed in social media or gaming. On an average, user spends one's time on phone for around four hours, subjected to increase in the duration. The radiations mainly being carcinogenic, affects the brain a lot and the probability of having malignant brain tumor is unfortunately high. When the 4G can cause a lot of harms like this, health being affected due to the introduction of 5G would be disastrous.  Interview: 1.Yes,Everyone among us have become the regular users of smartphones, so we all are exposed to these harmful radiations. Usage of mobile phones, especially in darkness, really affects our body, beginning from the optic nerve.   User Journeys: A device could…

Read More

07

Nov'19

Human Safety

Team Members: Balanisha, Deepak Problem Statement: Blind people find it really hard to walk past the obstacles on their own, inspite of usage of a stick. Many of them are always in need of external help to perform their everyday activities. User Persona: People who are blind either by birth or by accidents or health issues, always need help for their transportation. Their auditory and olfactory senses are really active, which helps them in performing their required activities. Interview: No, I have not faced this problem. All the blind people. I have witnessed quite a lot of blind people who find very difficult to travel. Using the technique of echolocation, experts like Daniel Kish have been practising human echolocation. Implementation of this technique into a device would be of a great use. User Journeys: Human echolocation uses the technique of production of sounds to detect the distance of obstacles. Echolocation is  a very popular technique among bats. So a device could be made which could produce echoing sounds and detect the distance . The response could be given out in form of audible voice,hence using the auditory sense of blind people and making them feel easier to travel  

Read More
top

Knowledge and Content by Li2 Technologies | © 2021 NASSCOM Foundation | All rights reserved

X