July 11, 2013
Flood Helmet

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The Flood Helmet by Kian-Peng Ong:

is a mobile device that visualises possible future flood scenarios based on the user’s physical location. The flood level in the helmet is determined by the elevation height of the land that the user is standing through gps coordinates inputs and gives users a sensory and experiential exploration of their surrounding areas and the future it might hold.

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