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TitleDesigning the future of smart fencing garments
Author(s)Providencia, B
Vieira, Daniel
Carvalho, Helder
KeywordsDesign process
Fencing sport
Smart garments
Smart textiles
Suitable design
User-centred design
Issue date9-Jul-2021
JournalLecture Notes in Networks and Systems
CitationProvidência B., Vieira D., Carvalho H. (2021) Designing the Future of Smart Fencing Garments. In: Shin C.S., Di Bucchianico G., Fukuda S., Ghim YG., Montagna G., Carvalho C. (eds) Advances in Industrial Design. AHFE 2021. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 260. Springer, Cham.
Abstract(s)In this work, we present a study on the possible future of fencing clothing, based on a self-report inquiry-based research methodology asking about the needs, expectations and requirements of the users. It focuses on three issues: (i) identifying the importance of user requirements regarding functionality; (ii) identifying the importance of user design requirements; (iii) identify elements of future preference of the user. This research aims to identify and collect a set of information about features possible to improve in the design process, through a method divided into three parts: sample, script and analysis. Results revealed the lack of knowledge at the various age ranges about what smart clothes are. In addition, it was possible to highlight five technologies that may be interesting for the development of smart fencing clothing.
TypeConference paper
Publisher version
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