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A smart water bottle to help you stay hydrated that tracks your water intake & gives glowing reminders when it's time to drink.
A smart water bottle to help you stay hydrated that tracks your water intake & gives glowing reminders when it's time to drink.
A smart water bottle to help you stay hydrated that tracks your water intake & gives glowing reminders when it's time to drink.
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The Making Of A Genie - Phase 1

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We thought it would be fun to share some more insight into the design process that got us to this point. Along the way, there were many directions and ideas explored before we ultimately ended up with the smart bottle design that you see today. What you’ll see here is a peek into the “genie’s workshop” of sketches, photos, renderings, and everything else along the way. We’ve selected some of the more interesting elements to share here to get a feel for how things evolved. This first post in the series will focus mostly on the design and aesthetic aspects of the bottle. Stay tuned to see what comes next!

How did the AquaGenie you see today come to be? Check it out!


Step 1: Sketches: exploring some initial shapes

 


Step 2: Sketches: turn a bunch of the interesting shapes into bottles to explore further


Step 3: Sketches: focus on the lid design - some diverse options at this point


Step 4: Sketches: think about designs for the wireless charging pad - how will the bottle fit best?


Step 5: Sketches: explore the lid mechanics - alternate paths for the lid, including a hook


Step 6: Explore how big different volumes actually are


Step 7: Turn some sketches into early renderings - to better understand general sizing


Step 8: Explore some details and mechanics with renderings


Step 9: Explore some charger options with renderings too


Step 10: Let’s check in on how things have evolved so far


Step 11: Bottle & wireless charging pad fit - renderings


Step 12: Let’s start 3D printing some models and parts


While the bottle design was evolving above, many other things were happening at the same time: PCB and electronics design, functional prototyping, logo design, software development, and more. Keep your eyes peeled for our next update to see how the AquaGenie logo came to look like this:

 

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