Mine Sniffer

M-SEEK aims to make demining safer and quicker. The lightweight device uses an electro-chemical sensor to sniff out the bad stuff. Miners no longer need to wander aimlessly since it’s designed to strategically specify zones of high danger. The designer spent many a day working with real deminers to figure out what needed to improve. The end result is a tool and system that not only saves lives but also money which could potentially mean more deminers hired to rapidly demine an area.


Designer: Arsen Stjepanovic

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M-Seek Mine Detector by Arsen Stjepanovic

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5 Comments

  • follower says:

    why do the products, that are really thought through, that make sense and that have a little more to it, than just styling and are not supposed to be sexy never get any comments?
    is it, because you cannot rip it apart and make fun of the stupid student, having no clue about anything or say “great, where can I buy it”, when it’s obvious it’s only a concept?
    or is it, in this case, that there is just not enough explanation provided here? (which definitely needs to be worked on here)

    • DivePeak says:

      You’re right that there is not enough information here. I guess the most obvious problem I see is how that seemingly little wheel is meant to work in the rough environments shown in the picture.

      Now, if only we could get countries like the USA, China, Iran, India, Israel, Russia, Pakistan, and the bunch of other countries that are still using anti-personell mines to sign the Ottawa Treaty…

  • Thor Høy says:

    OMG, you are so right! I was surprised this one only had one “liked” It's so much more important to digg this kind of design and inventions than “good looking things” I, myself, only makes “pretty” things, but i hope one day i will be clever enough to make something more “useful” :-)

    best
    TH

  • Thor Høy says:

    OMG, you are so right! I was surprised this one only had one “liked” It’s so much more important to digg this kind of design and inventions than “good looking things” I, myself, only makes “pretty” things, but i hope one day i will be clever enough to make something more “useful” :-)

    best
    TH

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