Ulink is a stress releasing/task sharing tool for project-based offices, which helps to better allocate tasks based on real-time measurement of individual and group stress.
It measures stress of individuals with a non-contact webcam pulse monitor, collects data from linked devices within a group, and reveals stress level of the group on all connected devices. When high stress level is detected, team members can activate Ulink’s task-managing platform by touching the device, which allows the group to share stress and tasks of connected individuals.
*The webcam code is based on Python application open-source webcam-pulse-detector, as written by Tristan Hearn.
School of Design
MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2015
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I am fascinated by both design and engineering, and strongly believe
in the close connections between the two fields.
Coming from an inter-disciplinary background, I am specialised in
product development, as well as user research, prototyping,
mechanical design and manufacturing.
- BEng Product Analysis and Engineering Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2013
- Design internship, Teca Studio, Shenzhen, 2014; Design and manufacturing internship, Raymond Industrial Limited, Nansha, 2013
- Utopia of Culture Makers, La Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, 2015; Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2015; Rio Tinto Paddington Exhibition, Rio Tinto Head Office, London, 2014; GoGlobal Israel Palestine: Peace of Design, Peres Center for Peace, Tel-Aviv, 2014; Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge Exhibition, Imperial College London, London, 2014
- Unilever Commercial Project Award, 2014; PolyU Faculty of Engineering Dean's Honours Award, 2013; Cobelco Industrial Supplies Ltd. Scholarship Award, 2012