The Pattern Door Lock concept would enable you to come and go from your home without any need of a key. Certainly, technologies are already available that allow you to lighten your load in this way; however, many of them are prone to being compromised.
Kwon Hyuk-Sang's goal was to design a passcode access method that could not be learned by observation. The priority was to hide the buttons so that no passer-by would be able to see the PIN that is input into the modern combination locking system.
Keeping the door itself looking sleek and simple, the mechanism is actually embedded into the back of the elongated knob. The homeowner can grasp the Pattern Door Lock and press the four buttons with each of his fingers, initiating entry without revealing a thing.
The Pattern Door Handle is Accessed Out of Sight of Spying Intruders
1. Concealed Door Locks - Developing door locks that can be accessed and opened without the use of keys or combination buttons would be a game-changer in the conventional door lock industry.
2. Non-observable Access Methods - Designing access methods that cannot be observed through technology (such as cameras) is the next step in securing homes and businesses.
3. Embedded Technology - Many everyday products could benefit from embedded technology development, making them sleek and simple while still being high-tech.
1. Home Security - The door lock industry could tap into this technological advancement to create more secure and advanced locking systems for home and business security.
2. Smart Home Technology - Developments in smart home technology could see the introduction of modern, inconspicuous door locks controlled through digital means such as smartphones or voice assistants.
3. Interior Design - Innovation in the field of door locks could lead to a new trend of sleek, embedded technology in home furnishings and interior design.