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  • Teres Wine Glass

    Our perception can be deceived which is useful if we want to trick ourselves into healthier habits. This wine glass plays with two parts of our perception, making it feel like we are drinking more than we are. The shape of the glass makes it visually seem that there is more wine than there is. Likewise, water in the bottom part of the glass adds to the overall weight, tricking us into the same conclusion. The bottom glass with water also aims to help us keep up a steady intake of water while drinking.
    This project comes from the Design Psychology paper I teach at Victoria University.
    By Ollie Evill, Martin Lim, Rochelle Harris, Son Tran and Rongotai Bevans