Martin Oberhäuser created the idea for Lufthansa's infotainment devices to make the interface more user friendly

Martin Oberhäuser, founder and CEO of design studio Bureau Oberhaeuser, used the German airline Lufthansa's newest in-flight infotainment system, but wasn't too impressed.  Within a week, Oberhäuser's team redesigned the infotainment system, focusing on making the system more user friendly and accessible.

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Oberhäuser had a few ideas of how Lufthansa could rework the system. His concept makes the infotainment interface more interactive for users, allowing them to access information about their flight, adjust the settings of their station and freely browse through movies and television shows. All of these actions were interactive on a touchscreen display, unlike the current system Lufthansa uses. Oberhäuser designed the concept system to work on all screen sizes Lufthansa has at varying payment levels on their flights.

Oberhäuser released his case study on Behance for anyone to view.

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Martin Oberhäuser, founder and CEO of design studio Bureau Oberhaeuser, used the German airline Lufthansa's newest in-flight infotainment system, but wasn't too impressed.  Within a week, Oberhäuser's team redesigned the infotainment system, focusing on making the system more user friendly and accessible.

Oberhäuser had a few ideas of how Lufthansa could rework the system. His concept makes the infotainment interface more interactive for users, allowing them to access information about their flight, adjust the settings of their station and freely browse through movies and television shows. All of these actions were interactive on a touchscreen display, unlike the current system Lufthansa uses. Oberhäuser designed the concept system to work on all screen sizes Lufthansa has at varying payment levels on their flights.