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Produtos têxteis inteligentes: perspectivas para o ensino em design

Smart textile products: teaching perspectives in design

Costa, Polyanna Astrath; Camelo, Dioclecio Moreira;

Artigo completo:

O design de produtos inteligentes ainda é um tema pouco discutido e principalmente ensinado de maneira aprofundada em muitas escolas. Com o desenvolvimento de novos canais de comunicação por meio do 5G, com baixa latência e consumo de energia, e o surgimento de sistemas autônomos, é imperativo para os designers conhecer os meios para se construir novos produtos com a ajuda das plataformas inteligentes e dos produtos wearables. Romper a barreira para se ter acesso a mais conhecimento técnico, permite aos novos designers ampliar o leque de produtos desenvolvidos, aumentar a complexidade das soluções e estabelecer um diálogo mais aproximado com as engenharias. O presente artigo busca construir uma reflexão sobre a oportunidade que as ferramentas de têxteis inteligentes (ou smart textiles) permitem para introduzir conceitos sobre as novas tecnologias, a eletrônica e a programação como complemento à formação dos novos designers. Para traçar essas reflexões, será apresentado o resultado preliminar de uma pesquisa exploratória onde publicações foram analisadas e comparadas, além disso houve uma investigação para identificar quais são os cursos, próximos ao design que abordam o tema. Espera-se, com esta iniciativa, abrir um canal de discussão no design sobre a importância do ensino experimental de novas tecnologias e a construção manual de produtos por estudantes utilizando material didático em código aberto disponível no mercado.

Artigo completo:

The design of smart products is still a topic that is not very discussed and especially not taught in its completeness in many schools. With the development of new communication channels through 5G, with low latency and low power consumption, and the emergence of autonomous systems, it is imperative for designers to know the means to build new products with the help of intelligent platforms and wearable products. To break the barrier to have more access to technical knowledge, allows new designers to expand the range of product development, to increase the complexity of solutions and establish a closer dialogue with engineering. The present paper seeks to build a reflection on the opportunity that the tools of smart textiles allow to introduce concepts about new technologies, electronics and programming as a complement to the training of new designers. To draw these reflections, the preliminary results of an exploratory research is going to be presented in which publications were analyzed and compared, in addition there was an investigation to identify which courses, similar to Design that approaches the theme. With this initiative, it is aimed to open a discussion channel in the Design community about the importance of experimental teaching of new technologies and the manual construction of products by students using open source didactic material available in the market.

Palavras-chave: e-textiles, têxteis inteligentes, ensino de design,

Palavras-chave: e-textiles, smart textiles, design teaching,

DOI: 10.5151/9cidi-congic-2.0064

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Como citar:

Costa, Polyanna Astrath; Camelo, Dioclecio Moreira; "Produtos têxteis inteligentes: perspectivas para o ensino em design", p. 566-576 . In: Anais do 9º CIDI | Congresso Internacional de Design da Informação, edição 2019 e do 9º CONGIC | Congresso Nacional de Iniciação Científica em Design da Informação. São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/9cidi-congic-2.0064

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