Dezembro 2020 vol. 8 num. 5 - Colóquio Internacional de Design 2020

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Aprender a pesquisar: estudo preliminar sobre oensino de têxteis inteligentes em Cianorte

Learning to Research: Preliminary Study on the Teaching of Intelligent Textilesin Cianorte

Camelo, Dioclécio; Guzzoni, Leonardo Miguel; Guerr, Bruno Zimmerman;

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O ensino de produtos wearables pode ser uma porta de entrada para que os novos designersexplorem e criem competência para o desenvolvimento de produtos inovadores e inteligentes.Entender as oportunidades que esta área proporciona implica em explorar as expectativas e opiniõesde professores e profissionais de design que trabalham na criação de produtos para saber se estecampo seria promissor como uma disciplina de projetos ou uma área complementar a ser trazida paradentro da sala de aula. O presente artigo mostra a experiência de acadêmicos de design naelaboração e aplicação de uma pesquisa qualitativa piloto com professores do curso de Design deCianorte para identificar as oportunidades de abordar o ensino de smart textiles como temacomplementar em disciplinas de projetos permitindo ensinar a programação e a construção decircuitos em modelos funcionais. Essa iniciativa busca edificar uma ponte de comunicação entre odesign da academia, a indústria têxtil e o ensino de novas tecnologias visando trazendo essaexperiência para o desenvolvimento de projetos para a indústria da moda de Cianorte, Paraná. Oexperimento piloto considerou um estudo exploratório sobre o tema, a preparação e aplicação de umaentrevista semiestruturada, a análise do material coletado e a indicação de melhorias nosinstrumentos de pesquisa. A análise preliminar permitiu identificar as potencialidades de ensino dossmart textiles como tema complementar de projeto e como meio para aprimorar e aplicarconhecimentos sobre tecnologias e materiais inovadores no design de dispositivos inteligentes.

Artigo completo:

The teaching of wearable products can provide a way for new designers to explore anddevelop innovative and intelligent products. To understand the opportunities, we shall explore theexpectations and opinions of teachers and designers on the application of this subject in projects or asa complementary field in the classroom. This article shows the experience of design academics on thedevelopment and the application of a pilot qualitative research with professors of the Design course ofCianorte, Paraná, Brazil, to identify opportunities to teach smart textiles in complementary subjectsallowing the teaching of programming and circuit building. This initiative aims to connect design, the textile industry and the teaching of new technologies on the development of innovative projects forthe fashion industry of Cianorte. The pilot experiment considered an exploratory study of the theme,the preparation and application of a semi-structured interview, the analysis of the collected materialand improvements of the research tools. The preliminary analysis identified the teaching of smarttextiles as a potential complementary subject for new projects and a mean to improve and applyknowledge about innovative technologies and materials on the design of intelligent devices.

Palavras-chave: Projeto de pesquisa; têxteis inteligentes; pesquisa qualitativa; design de produtos inteligentes; smarttextiles,

Palavras-chave: Research design; Smart textiles; Qualitative Research; Design of Smart Products; eTextiles,

DOI: 10.5151/cid2020-18

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Como citar:

Camelo, Dioclécio; Guzzoni, Leonardo Miguel; Guerr, Bruno Zimmerman; "Aprender a pesquisar: estudo preliminar sobre oensino de têxteis inteligentes em Cianorte", p. 221-236 . In: Anais do Colóquio Internacional de Design 2020. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/cid2020-18

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