Desktop App Design + System Design + Space Exploration
A robust structure of image storage and categorization to enable points of interest to be identified and plotted in order to safely navigate lunar terrain and facilitate scientific missions.
Recevied 79.5 million dollars from NASA.
Houston, we have a problem
The rover navigates through lunar terrain by capturing images after every maneuver which results in an overwhelming amount of images during the mission. How do we store all the images captured in a way that is valuable during and post operations? In addition to dangerous obstacles, it must avoid areas of shadow due to its dependence on the camera. How do we design an interface to minimize errors and allow users to recover quickly under all the technical constraints? How do we identify the points of interests and threats?
Determined the system of image storage and categorization to ensure an efficient flow for blast ejecta analysis and post-mission analysis.
Helped design the map’s user interface to provide optimal performance of navigating lunar terrain.
Collaborated in a cross-functional team and iterated with other designers.
Time frame: 4 months
Team: Haley Park, Jay Huh, Helen Tsui, Chloe Kim, Antonio Song
We only have one shot.
Navigating through unknown terrain with a camera results in an abundance of images that need to be filtered. How do we organize the information in a meaningful way that could minimize the risks of a high-stakes mission?
Point of Interest Cards
A flexible architecture of image storage that allows the categorization of images in the form of cards. The cards are stored for post-mission purposes and visually represented on a map in real-time to manage any risks that could end the mission.
Provide upcoming artists and opportunity to increase exposure
Promote engagement in the music listening experience
The re-imagined SoundCloud is built upon the introduction of stickers, a way to decorate and share music.