Alice Buso

Alice Buso
Delft University of Technology | TU · Department of Sustainable Design Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Alice Buso is a Ph.D. candidate in the Materials Experience Lab and affiliated with the Emerging Materials Lab at TU Delft. Alice applies a Material-Driven Design approach to unveil the potential of Animated Textiles for novel experiential possibilities. She combines knowledge in interaction design, smart materials, and textile design to explore how textile interfaces elicit certain actions from people and, ultimately, how this leads to novel ways of living and doing.

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Designers of textile-based interactive systems tend to treat woven fabrics as static materials and lack deeper understandings of how the textile can be designed for responsive behaviours in artefacts. As a result, in most studies across design and HCI, textiles are employed as substrates for computational, biological, or smart materials. This narro...
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Sitting comfort is an important factor for passengers in selecting cars, airlines, etc. This paper proposes a soft robotic module that can be integrated into the seat cushion to provide better comfort experiences to passengers. Building on rapid manufacturing technologies and a data-driven approach, the module can be controlled to sense the applied...
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This work presents a soft robotic module that can sense and control contact forces. The module is composed of a foam spring encapsulated by a pneumatic bellow that can be inflated to increase its stiffness. Optical sensors and a light source are integrated inside the soft pneumatic module. Changes in shape of the module lead to a variation in light...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the differences in pressure sensitivity for areas of the foot in a toe-off position and with the feet on the ground. This data could provide a base for adapting the softness of different areas while designing footwear. 21 healthy subjects are asked to participate in a test where a researcher applies pressure...

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