Sorting traditional baby carriers

We have been sorting the traditional baby carriers such as Mei Tai, Onbuhimo, Podaegi, etc according to their patterns. Now we need to compare them in different aspects, but which are the most relevant for our project: the origin, possibility of positions, use of materials… We had a brainstorming session where we decided that the different positions and their distribution of weight on the body are the most important to look into.

Visualizing this comparison in a clear way is very important when we think of different carriers, tied in different ways, and distributing the weight differently on the body. After getting inspiration from some cool infographics, we sketched on how we can apply this method to our three variables.

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