Techno Aesthetic Detailing

We used this scale to understand the severity of injuries and choose where our range of problem areas lie.
common injuries on body parts
  • Sprains: Overstretching or tearing the ligaments results in a sprain. Ligaments are pieces of tissue that connect two bones to one another in a joint.
  • Strains: Overstretching or tearing muscles or tendons results in a sprain. Tendons are thick, fibrous cords of tissue that connect bone to muscle. Strains are commonly mistaken for sprains.
  • Knee injuries: Any injury that interferes with how the knee joint moves could be a sports injury. It could range from an overstretch to a tear in the muscles or tissues in the knee.
  • Swollen muscles: Swelling is a natural reaction to an injury. Swollen muscles may also be painful and weak.
  • Achilles tendon rupture: The Achilles tendon is a thin, powerful tendon at the back of your ankle. During sports, this tendon can break or rupture. When it does, you may experience sudden, severe pain and difficulty walking.
  • Fractures: Bone fractures are also known as broken bones.
  • Dislocations. Sports injuries may dislocate a bone in your body. When that happens, a bone is forced out of its socket. This can be painful and lead to swelling and weakness.
  • Rotator cuff injury: Four pieces of muscle work together to form the rotator cuff. The rotator cuff keeps your shoulder moving in all directions. A tear in any of these muscles can weaken the rotator cuff.
a broad analysis of ankle injuries and various contexts
task and ecology analysis to find details and distinct problems
a broad analysis of cervical and lumbar injuries and various contexts
  • ankle injuries are very common in sports where one has to jump, run and change directions at the same time, multiple times in a row or a prolonged period of time
  • toddlers learning to walk often require assistance but are often left on their own to try and figure it out under supervision which can cause minor injuries when they fall
  • since for humans, standing running and jumping and landing barefoot is natural and provides the most amount of balance, on the other hand when you wear different types of shoes you need time to adjust to it which can lead to ankle injuries for new users
  • walking, running, jumping, or landing on uneven surfaces can cause injuries for athletes or kids or anyone for that matter
  • reduce the ankle injuries in sports that require a quick change of direction in a state of balance or off-balance to keep the athlete fit for future campaigns
  • provide ankle support to ankles when wearing sports-specific shoes
  • provide balance and support to a toddler learning how to walk
  • motorsports are often quite challenging for newer people due to extreme ergonomics and conditions
  • the tucked-in position in a super sports frame bike is a challenge during longer rides which puts pressure on the wrists and back of the rider
  • cycling is a good sport or hobby to have but can cause back injuries if the ergonomic isn’t right
  • lifting heavy weights with an arched back puts extreme pressure on the discs of the vertebrae
  • bad posture while sitting standing or sleeping can cause small wear and tear in the intervertebral discs
  • pregnant women often suffer from lumber problems while performing day to day tasks
  • some women often have upper back pain due to their breasts, the same is also sometimes seen in small children due to their heavy school bags.
table of parameters and context
ideas based on the needs of the parameters
  • how often do you exercise or play sports?
  • how much value is there in buying a specific shoe for it?
  • how often do you get injured?
  • how important is injury prevention for you?
  • what kind of surfaces do you play or train in?
  • Performance
  • looks
  • injury
  • surface


maximum pitch for a private stair of 42º.

  • For school buildings, the preferred rise is 150 mm and the preferred going is 280 mm.
  • one flight of stairs typically equals ten to twelve vertical feet.


Students come across a number of surfaces in a school environment. Some of the most common types of surfaces in a school environment would be as follows:

  • Tiles
  • Concrete
  • Turf or artificial grass mats
  • Grass ground
  • Gravel or sandy ground
  • Synthetic rubber
  • Wood
Existing school shoes in the market
some sports shoes that are acceptable by some schools
things to tackle
early concepts
example of possible lattice structure for the midsole
solid model
what the printed part will look like once assembled



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