Futuristic Police Vehicle
Abstract vehicle project
Transportation design at Pratt, fall 2009
This Project is to develop a unique idea for a functional moving product.
The study of three dimensional sketches consists of compositional form, color, and texture. To find interesting gestures and movements, 3 dimensional form studies were conducted. From these 3 dimensional studies, functional ideas were developed from drawing studies and tested with the chipboard detail model.
Color and patterns were added to accent and emphasize the dynamic movement on its 3 dimensional surface. Wire and planer studies were done to analyze the proportions of exterior and interior spaces.
DEOS is a futuristic flying police vehicle. 241 inch long 89inch wide, and 95inch high. It is propelled by an air jet engine and guided by a virtual track system.
The multi-directional spotlight connector automatically follows the movements of the operator's helmet.
Consequently, this project shows how visual elements can be transferred into functional parts,
producing a unique moving product that people need and people demand.
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DEOS futuristic police vihecle
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