Heat Harvest: Prototyping The Future Of Energy Waste Reduction (Energy Harvesting USA 2016)

Sergey Komardenkov, Interaction & Experience Designer
Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design/Space10
Denmark
 

Presentation Summary

Heat Harvest is an idea of a product from the future. It collects unused heat from our everyday life objects and converts it to electricity to power our gadgets and simple electronics. The presentation will outline the design process, the prototype, and share the reactions from those who experienced it.

Speaker Biography (Sergey Komardenkov)

Sergey Komardenkov is an Interaction & Experience Designer from Moscow, Russia.
He studied Information Technology at Rochester Institute of Technology and received his Master's degree from Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. Sergey has expertise in user research and design of interactive products and experiences.

Company Profile (Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design/Space10)

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Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID)
 
Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID) is an international hub of creative minds. The integrated structure creates a unique environment that encompasses world-renowned education, a cutting edge research group, an award-winning consultancy and a startup incubator. The overarching objective for CIID is to create impact through the design of innovative products, services and environments.
 
Space10
 
Space10 is a future-living lab and exhibition space in the heart of Copenhagen. Our mission is to investigate the future of urban living by detecting major challenges that will impact people on a global scale, and exploring possible solutions. The overall goal is to create opportunities for a better and more sustainable way of living in the future.
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