Things to do/think about:
Absolutely no more than 8 Slides!
1 Intention Slide. For build projects, describe the Problem and Solution. For conceptual projects this can be expressed as Intention/Solution. The slide should include the name of the project and a one sentence statement of both the problem and the solution.
1 Brainstorming Slide. This should be a clean sketch of your initial ideas. If you do not have a nice drawing or lost yours, create one now!
2 Iteration Slides. These slides should show early prototypes of your design. Focus on big changes. You do not need to show tiny Changes.
3 Final Slides. These should show clean images of your final project.
In the text section for the process post, write a paragraph introducing the design problem or the main idea and how you are tackling it. Then, describe the main story or theme, mechanics, development, challenges, and other parts of the creative process you experienced. Each iteration should have a paragraph describing how you how you modified the project after receiving feedback.
1. Design Problem and Solution:
You should begin with a clear statement of the problem and the solution as both a one sentence description and a short paragraph expanding on the solution.
Here is an example from the Reaction Shelter project:
2. Further Ellaboration:
Each iteration should have a paragraph describing how you how you modified the project after receiving feedback.
Here is an example from the Backcountry IV Project:
Upoload a short video showing your project in action. Do not count on your project working as you expect during the presentation.
Project by Jack Flahive & Eran Shapiro
The inspiration for our project originated from the idea of perpetual motion. We began to develop this idea of perpetual motion. The time constraint made this rather difficult to achieve, but moving forward we would like to aspire to achieving our goal of having perpetual motion. Despite this, we did achieve in creating the mechanism for picking and placing boxes. One could envision four of the robots passing boxes to eachother.
Today we finished our final idea. Our final idea had to get through many prototyping, drawing and editng stages to get where we are. There were many ideas about the design and even though at first we didnt like the idea we finally came through to make it. Even our final idea had ideas because there were many different pieces to make and design and at some points it seemed like we had finalized some part we realized that there was something wrong with that idea. The idea that we finally came up with was originally pushed to the side because we thought that we had a better idea. But in fact it actually was going to be to hard to assemble and the final was a more concrete idea. Our idea went through many stages including cardboard and hand drawings.