[Design and Technology] FW: Design & Engineering Movie - The Shape
Tran, Lorraine I
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Tue Apr 6 12:02:21 EST 2010
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From: The Futures Channel [mailto:info at thefutureschannel.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 6 April 2010 8:58 AM
To: Tran, Lorraine I
Subject: Design & Engineering Movie - The Shape of Phones
The Futures Channel / Design & Engineering
Designing & Engineering Cell Phones
Your students are going to laugh when they see the size of the cell
phone that mechanical engineer Mike Spence worked on seventeen years
ago. Cell phone design and technology have certainly come a long
way--but what haven't changed are the fundamental math and science
skills designers and engineers rely on to make ideas a reality. Take
your students to Motorola to meet an industrial designer, a mechanical
engineer and a human factors engineer in this short documentary.
Watch the movie:
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explorers and visionaries who are shaping the future, and today's
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