Industrial design, R&D, and fabrication for a small run of functional wearable prototypes


Cheerphone is a wearable device that delivers the cheers of sport fans at home to the arenas in remote locations.
It consists of two devices: the master device with a microphone and the remote device with a speaker and an LED.
The voice input from the master device is delivered to the remote device, which plays back the voice while lighting up.

My role in this project was the industrial design, and fabrication of 30 wearable prototype devices to be used for demos.

Note: The size of these bracelets are due to time constraints and being built around off the shelf components.