The Sewing machine is a multi-functional sewing machine that prints out thread on-demand in whatever color the user prefers, relying on color detection sensors and built-in ink cartridges.
These days, innovative design for home appliances boils down to convenience. Design that’s multi-functional or customizable has come through across all industries, providing everything from home furniture to stationery with a double function. Realizing the opportunity to turn the sewing machine into a multi-functional product, Minsong Cho designing the Sewing Chameleon. A sewing machine that prints out thread on-demand using built-in ink cartridges and color detection sensors.
Multi-functional Sewing Machine
The modern home is not about clutter. Everyday products are getting redesigning to fit in better with their environment. Making their operation more user-friendly and keeping our living rooms organized. Cho’s Sewing Chameleon was conceiving to cut out the hassle. That comes with changing the thread in sewing machines when a different color is needed.
With traditional sewing machines. The process of swapping out the old thread for a new thread comes with its own heap of challenges. It takes a while to swap out the threads and even when you do. The new thread often gets stuck inside the machine and frays.
Solving this, Cho’s Sewing Chameleon comes with its own color detection sensors. That allow users to create any color thread they’d like. All a user will need is a physical depiction of the color they’d like their thread to be and by placing that near the color detection sensors. The chameleon will use its built-in ink cartridges to dye the new thread that color.