Announcement for Downloading full text filePlease respect the Copyright Act.
All digital full text dissertation and theses from this website are authorized the copyright owners. These copyrighted full-text dissertation and theses can be only used for academic, research and non-commercial purposes. Users of this website can search, read, and print for personal usage. In respect of the Copyright Act of the Republic of China, please do not reproduce, distribute, change, or edit the content of these dissertations and theses without any permission. Please do not create any work based upon a pre-existing work by reproduction, Adaptation, Distribution or other means.
URN etd-0906111-173559 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1944 times. Download 429 times. Author Shang-li Chu Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2010 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 80 Title Research on the Universal Design of Transportation Environments – A Case Study on Guided Devices Keyword Pedestrian Guide Devices Traffic Transportation Environment Universal Design Universal Design Traffic Transportation Environment Pedestrian Guide Devices Abstract This paper aims at design of pedestrian guide devices in transportation under universal design after exploration of questions on asking for directions of different groups of pedestrians in stations. The study is in 5 phases: (1) arrangement of universal design, pedestrian guide devices and current application technology for use in pedestrian guide devices design methods and technologies; (2) collection of problems and needs of asking for directions of pedestrians to explore 6 questions into design standard. The 3 features of mobile devices are included as needs of users to be corresponded to traffic transportation system universal design property; (3) design ideas based on morphological analysis on initial concept design prototype, making of model for design review and test; (4) design ideas on pedestrian guide device interface, establishing QR Code and pedestrian guide assistance interface prototype development; (5) to evaluate pedestrian guide devices design achievement rate with traffic transportation environment universal design. Findings, defects and improvement during study will be reference for researchers in the future. Advisor Committee Yung-Chin Tsao - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2011-07-29 Date of Submission 2011-09-06