The sarabee hive-charger, a finale to the sarabee saga.


Initial Sketch

Initial Evaluation

  1. The hive shape is too bulky for transport.
  2. The panels on the sides, while protective of the bees, add a fragile element to the equipment.
  3. It’s quite large and could be viewed as intrusive or intimidating by scientists unfamiliar with technology.
  1. How do we know when the bees are charged?
  2. How will we know when the data is all extracted, and that it’s done properly?
  3. Is there any way to see view the data from all of the bees?

Final Sketch


Final Evaluation & Future Considerations





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