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Hilti PD-C

[User Interface Design]

Client

Hilti Corporation, Schaan

Design

HID Human Interface Design GmbH, Hamburg Hilti Corporation, Schaan

Art Direction

Andi Kern

Creative Direction

Claudia S. Friedrich, Frank Jacob

Interface Design

Simone Schramm, Jonas Kimmelmann, Erik Herr

Precise distance measurements and the calculation of surfaces and volumes are decisive for the planning and documentation of complex building projects. With the laser-based PD-C, Hilti is providing technicians and planners alike with a precision device that is marked by exceptional ease of use. The interaction of the hardware and software interfaces is designed for continuous one-hand operation in the measuring process and can be accurately controlled even when wearing work gloves. The easy-to-understand graphical interface features dynamic superimposition of real image and virtual measured value display. This not only enables the exact location of measuring points at great distances on the one hand, but on the other, this function also supports the optimum documentation and communication of the measurements in the context of real building site photos. The clear interface design of the colour touch display makes the device very easy and intuitive to use.

Statement by the jury

Honed to rest ergonomically in the hand, this tool convinces with a simple design on a very small surface for all the different types of information. In addition, operating the device is highly intuitive and compelling. Combining laser measurements with optical ones in a camera system that also allows volumes and (surface) areas to be measured, and integrating all that into one device, is an exceptional idea.

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Dieses Projekt finden Sie auch im International Yearbook Communication Design 2016/2017.

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