It was interesting to see people interact with my project at the reception. Some people got it right away, some people didn’t get it at all. It was hilarious to watch people reactions when they opened the box. When I was watching one guy walk right up to my project. Read the screen, press the button, and open the box. He jumped back a little and then proceeded to scan the organ and waited for the receipt. He then brought his friends over to show them. It was amazing to see, he got it perfectly and nobody explained it to him.

I should have gotten the timer to work on my Arduino because I knew that some people would press the button and walk away. I’d then have to reset it or people didn’t get what is going on.

Some people went to the box first. I assume because of the lighting that I had setup on the box. It was brighter than I liked.

The added cabinet handle worked well as an intuitive sign for people to open. I also added an arrow into the lcd screen at the scan item prompt.

The RFID still jumped, I think the RFID is sending the code again. I’ll have to stabilize it for MaxEx.


About Cristal Sung

Cristal is a new media designer, who believes in the importance of feeding the soul with art, culture, and food. Her work focuses on themes of identity, sociopolitical problems and the concept of beauty. Cristal is from Hong Kong and studies in Toronto.

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