FoodPop

An autonomous barbecue delivery car.

Four month project sponsored by Renault by California College of the Arts (January 2016 - May 2016)

Collaboration with Judy Leung, William Chan, Isamu Taguchi and Lingfeng Hua: I contributed to user research, concept generation, brainstorming, building CAD model and building the physical full-scale model. The sketches in this portfolio are mine (Other team member sketches are not displayed in my portfolio).

Renault sponsored our Industrial design class and asked us to imagine a world with completely autonomous cars.

We were given a car (Twizy) to test out our concept. We broke down the car to just it’s chassis to build a full scale model of our concept FoodPop.

IDEATION: SKETCHES
CONCEPT

An autonomous car that delivers a barbecue station anytime, anywhere.

USER SCENARIO: ADAPTABILITY

FoodPop can work in any space: driveways, parking lots or large scale events.

WORKING WITH THE TWIZY: STORAGE SPACE

We thought carefully about the space available in the car.

We built a full scale mockup of our concept with wood, foam, paint, etc. so we could visualize it fully.