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# 2016

Telegran

About

A video sharing platform for grandparents and grandchildren

Telegran is a private video-sharing platform for grandparents and grandchildren. By sharing skills, stories and knowledge through videos, this project makes communication between grandparents and grandchildren more comfortable and more often. Telegran consists of two items: a photo frame and a pair of glasses both enabling simple and more detailed recording. Telegran strives to provide a new communication platform without demanding any changes to its participants’ usual behaviours.

Graduates

  • Team Telegran

    Keio University Graduate School of Media Design (KMD)

    Ryoichi Ando, Conglin Nie, Takahiro Yoshimoto and Daisuke Yukita are Master’s students at Keio University Graduate School of Media Design, Japan. As members of the Global Innovation Design program we also studied design at the Royal College of Art / Imperial College in London and Pratt Institute in New York. We worked together for 9 months to develop this project, applying the essence of diverse design philosophies and making use of the team’s diverse backgrounds, from computer science to cinematography.more


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