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onebitpixel

Raleigh, NC, United States

Designer (Product Design)

Member since September 25, 2008

  • lowjack. aging.

    Education


    question 1. What are your thoughts on consumer's entry into lowjack technology and integration into every day products - iphone, laptops, backpacks, bikes, children/kids, et. al. Are there ways to make this technology more readily accessible and affordable. Is this an area lacking in open source availability?

    question 2. As more of our (US) population reaches retirement age, seniors are more prone to be easier targets. Can you give some examples where security features in a product can overlap with aiding in the safety of an aging population. Not just talking about universal design in product development to assist in the safety of elderly/baby boomer population; could some of these devices parallel with security and crime prevention as dual product capabilities.

    Thanks! Lee

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MBA/Innovation Management + New Product Development + Interaction Design

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