Hydrophobic Rucksack. Designed for the TInnGO project by Ronald Jurianto
As part of a larger series of ideas tackling belonging management issues on buses, this rucksack builds on top of the hydrophobic umbrella. Equipped with six push-studs on flaps, the bag is made to work with the hexagon tessellation within the bus, allowing users to secure their backpack by simply pushing in the push studs onto available hexagons. Being water-repellant means the content of the bag remains dry even during torrential rain, and more importantly, a bag that could be easily dried out does not limit its users to keep it away from its users and other passengers.