Curo: a home assistant for your child's safety

by Kyu Ree (Tiffany) Choi

Curo is a home assistant that provides a sense of safety for children at home alone and peace of mind for parents. It is a three-part system, incorporating a wagon, a camera, and an app all working seamlessly together. Children can use the wagon to store and access their toys and draw on the chalkboard sides. While holding the familiarity of a children’s toy, the wagon's motion sensors provide friendly auditory feedback. Located underneath the wagon is a hidden pressure sensor for emergencies. Curo is also a security system connecting parents to their children. Parents will be alerted when interactions are detected from the wagon and may deny unrecognized faces detected from the camera. When parents want further communication, they can send messages from the app to the wagon.

Prize

Silver in UX, Interface & Navigation 2020, Non-Pro

Created by:

Design Director

Kyu Ree (Tiffany) Choi

Company/University or Design School

Savannah College of Art and Design

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Client

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Design Team

Kyu Ree (Tiffany) Choi - Project Lead, Engineering Lead, Interaction Design Athena Giani - UX Research, Product Design Taylor Primuth - Engineeri...

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Credits

Advertiser/Brand

Savannah College of Art and Design, US

Individual Credits

Branding: Abby Turner, Savannah College of Art and Design
Engineering and Visual Design: Taylor Primuth, Savannah College of Art and Design
UX Research and Product Design: Athena Giani, Savannah College of Art and Design