WEEK40: Poking the system

Poking the System and Explore the Potential Problem. 

By poke the system of my topic-Navigations to discuss the advantages and disadvantages in the traditional and Electronic Navigations.

Here is the competition that shows on the below.

Advantages of Traditional Navigations:

  • Traditional maps could illustrates the surroundings
  • Traditional navs offers more information of the destination and other attractions etc.
  • Traditional navigations could use every time, users do not need worry about powers or signals.
  • It is environments friendly, which could be reused or recycled.

Disadvantages of Traditional Navigations:

  • It cannot show or point the directions. Users need to have the ability to read the compass.
  • It might be broken.
  • The letters might be tiny and user may hardly to see.

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Image 1. Poking the Traditional Navigation System

Advantages of satellite Navigations:

  • The Sat Nav could shows the direction to the user
  • It can zoom in and out.
  • It is quick to find the way when the device connect with Internet.

Disadvantages of Satellite Navigations:

  • It reliant on Internet and power.
  • It need updates terminally.
  • People may focus more on following the advice rather than look the surroundings.

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Image 2. Poking the Electronic Navigation System

Base on the analyse, I think I could use all the strength of the traditional maps with some proof tools to create a work to encourage younger generations to use printed map and improve their traditional navigation reading skills.

Illustration

Image 1&2. Self Drawing and Photograph.

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