Kristina Mok Kristina Mok is a third year Industrial Design student at Emily Carr University. She has a strong interest in merging design with science, particularly in the areas of public health and medicine. In the near future, she would like to work in a field that combines these two disciplines together.
  • LifeBooster:
    Wearable Technology for Heavy Industry Workers
    Introduction LifeBooster approached my smart objects core design class at Emily Carr to create a safety-monitoring wearable technology for labour workers in fall 2014. I immediately saw the opportunity for such an object to be used within the ever-growing construction and forestry industries in British Columbia (B.C.). LifeBooster sees a niche market for wearable technology […] No responses April 12, 2015