DISCOLORED MASK

by Chieh-An Chung;Zi-Shan Zhang;Chang-Yu Lung

DISCOLORED MASK is a color-changing mask that uses colloidal gold test to detect viral content. When the mask contains HRSV, Adenoviruses, Flu A or Flu B, the antigen is captured by the corresponding antibody that is fixed in the NC membrane detection area. With the role of Colloidal gold, it can make the mask partially turned to fuchsia, remind users to clean and replace masks then prevent the viruses from breeding in them. DISCOLORED MASK can be reused by replacing the internal test paper separately after cleaning and drying. Not only can avoid long-term unreplaceable masks affecting health, but also reduce the generation of garbage.

Prize

Silver in Interaction Design 2020, Non-Pro

Created by:

Design Director

Chieh-An Chung;Zi-Shan Zhang;Chang-Yu Lung

Company/University or Design School

Ming Chi University of Technology - Department of Industrial Design

Design Team

Chieh-An Chung;Zi-Shan Zhang;Chang-Yu Lung;Kai-Chu Li

Credits

Individual Credits

Student: Zi-Shan Zhang, Ming Chi University of Technology
Student: Chieh-An Chung, Ming Chi University of Technology
Student: Chang-Yu Lung, Ming Chi University of Technology