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disc drive tester family for AVA - Simplicity of operation was the marketing focus, reflected in the clean controls and simple, logical colors and geometry.
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paper test model, AVA Instrumentation, Inc. - optimum key locations could be determined using simple models
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capacitance measurement system 2 - Photograph by Drake White, Industrial Light Photography
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capacitance meaurement system 2 - A rugged metal chassis made of three main subassemblies proved to be the best solution for this low volume high unit cost test instrument, built for the aerospace industry.
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capacitance measurement system 2 - We devised a geometry that would allow ease of use in many different attitudes as the unit was moved over and inside the surface of an aircraft.
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capacitance measurement system 3 - The second phase size reduction brought it to a belt pack, tested by wearing a weighted model
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capacitance measurement system 3 - The final stage reduced the unit to be used with one hand, directly connected to the probe and powered by small batteries.
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MSI capacitance measurement system 3 - screw on back secures lower battery door. Shown with the capacitance probe removed.
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Coaxmedia SD100 enclosure - Product Design by Sam Harris and Lionel Gillespie. Engineering by Jim Heberling.
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Coaxmedia - a project for a startup company began with conceptual renderings to help attract investors, followed by full development of a product enclosure and mounting bracket. Design by Sam Harris and Lionel Gillespie. Engineering, bracket design by Jim Heberling.
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Flagman golf locator products - At right is the Rev A handheld, which was prototyped and field tested for a year, shown in a cradle accessory. At left is the Rev B cart mount.
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The Lookout - The Lookout, made from pultruded fiberglass, was a rugged all weather device, equipped with a radio. Essentially a motion detector that could call in and report. CAD image by Jim Heberling.
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Hayes Accura, study models for a modem - Hand made foam models, painted, full scale. Eventually both of these designs were produced. The one on the right is still in production. It's the idea of a modem based on an athletic shoe as a symbol for energetic movement or travel.
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Hayes Accura modem enclosure - preparatory models, engineering prototypes and first articles bear a strong similarity. We did our homework.
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Hayes Accura, current production version - Modem enclosure based on an athletic shoe form
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wheelchair accessible pay phone - designed with a 60-degree angle at the back, these units could be configured into groups in several different ways.
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wheel chair accessible pay phone array
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small test device enclosure - New technology dictates new forms for special uses.
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experimental forms, foam models - foam models explore form and parts interaction at full scale
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Hayes pocket modems - Paper study models, full scale. left: Pocket Optima, which went into production. right: pocket accura, never produced.
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Hayes Pocket Accura modem enclosure - Hard model, full scale
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Hayes Pocket Optima fax modem - left: paper model. right: hard model, showing optional battery pack in its first state.
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Hayes Pocket modems - Bottom view showing details and labels. Left is Pocket Accura, never produced. Right is Pocket Optima, produced, but with a rectangular label.
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Hayes Optima + Fax pocket modem - Enclosure with and without battery pack/stand accessory. One of Hayes' first surface mount component products. Injection molded bay blend. Photograph by Drake White / Industrial Light Photography
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Hayes international travel modem - This paper model embodies a product idea that was not realized, but was useful to promote discussions about issues and features for a modem that would interface with various countries' phone networks and power systems.
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hand sketch for Hayes modem enclosure - Markers, colored pencil
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Hayes Optima Fax Modem enclosure - Hard model, full scale
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The Digital Furnace - Full scale paper model showing cord management shroud. Designed for floor or wall mount.
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The Digital Furnace - Full scale paper model shown in wall mount mode.
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Hayes cable modem concept sketch - Hand drawings, early exploration for a form to channel the cables when wall mounted. Never brought to market.
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Computone Intelliport family - An interlocking system of enclosures for a telecommunications system. Inserts in the moulds allowed the manufacturer to vary the connector set.
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Advance Charger Technology's iCharge intelligent battery charger - For rapid recharging radio batteries, e.g. at a police station
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QAM monitor control panel layout - telecommunications test equipment. This was a graphic overlay and a rotary knob component selection for Hukk Engineering.
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product concept drawing - Adobe Illustrator CS, small electronic monitor
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Concept drawings, control line drawing - Adobe Illustrator CS, small electronic monitor
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product concept drawing - Adobe Illustrator CS, small electronic monitor
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product concept drawing - Adobe Illustrator CS, small electronic monitor
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product concept drawing - Adobe Illustrator CS, small electronic monitor
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product concept drawing - Adobe Illustrator CS, small electronic monitor
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Hayes modem retail package - structure and parts arrangement - Graphics and colors by David Frej, now dba Otherwise Inc., Chicago. Product design by Peter Muller, interform, Palo Alto, CA.

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