Final Application: “Chocorn Froyo” + “Ham-Ground”


Final model. (Update as of 16/9, the SD is thinner due to similarity in terms of volume to SO.
Final model. (Update as of 16/9, the SD is thinner due to similarity in terms of volume to SO.

Above application is Model 2. Below are my applications for Model 2.

First one is called “ChoCorn Froyo”. In short for Chocolate + Corn + Froyo, this hot-cold dessert is made up of a grilled corn-on-the-cob, and it is topped with froyo ( frozen yoghurt ). A wafer stick is planted at the side and a ferrero rocher is placed in between. I thought this hot-cold dessert would be good because it’s shape is different from any other typical food desserts which are normally flat. The SO that is the ferrero rocher, would give a chocolatey taste on top of the warm corn and cold yoghurt, thus adding a bit of chocolatey + crunchy taste!

“Chocorn Froyo” designed in Photoshop. After review with Ms Cheryl on 16/9, wafer stick should be smaller. This makes the rocher bigger and more prominent than the wafer stick.


Also, another application would be a playground specially for hamsters – “Ham-Ground” for short. ” Ham-Ground” is sketched out as seen below. Wood is used for both D and SO because it has rough texture and doesn’t get hot easily. That makes it hamster-friendly because they can easily climb up and down the “hill” with their small and fragile legs.

Next, a “bridge” and “food corner”, that is made up of a wooden SD and metal SO respectively. The slanted bridge would be for the hamster to get a good view of the top or maybe slide up to down for a cheap thrill. After a tiring workout of climbing up the “hill” and playing “slide”, they can take a break in the food corner, where it is a metallic sphere containing all their favourite foods. I think the metal adds a bit of contrast to wooden material, and it would be good in keeping their foods or themselves warm and some physical protection from annoying human fingers.

The ground of the cone, would be made up of soft rug/fabric. This would allow a hamsters a softer feel of their legs after a hard workout climbing around. It is also a good hideout to rest.





Author: Najiha

Always looking for something more.

One thought on “Final Application: “Chocorn Froyo” + “Ham-Ground””

  1. Thanks Naj for your honey-coated cornflake treats! Should have corrected the ‘Chocorn Froyo’ proportions as discussed during the presentation… D, SD and SO not very well-differentiated in your photo collage and it looks like it is composed of 4 elements. The cylinder (SD) and sphere (SO) are way too oversized and the ‘Froyo’ portion looks like an additional SD. The application ideas are interesting though!

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