Design for our future selves 2003 Awards von Helen Hamlyn Research Centre - Royal College of Art

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43 Mauricio Guillen a resting I Images constantly encourage people to judge things by how they look. By entering into the world of visually impaired people and using tactile ways of reading imagery, awareness of the manipulative potential of beautiful images can be raised amongst the sighted population. Megumi Fujikawa awareable devices A series of devices designed to make people aware of how electronic products are affecting their surroundings, by making invisible electromagnetic fields (EMF) visible. Awareable earrings for example, light up when somebody close to the wearer makes a mobile phone call. The project marks a first step towards a society with an eelectronic etiquettef.