A Crash Course on Creativity IIProfessor Tina Seelig, Stanford UniversityStanford UniversityEsfandiar KhaleghiResearch – Design Engineerwww.esfandiar.coAssignment 5.Challenge Assumptions
PET.As a team, pick a specific challenge related to PETS. Spend some time clearly framingthe problem you will solve. Remember how important this is.As a team, brainstorm to come up with AT LEAST 100 solutions to the problem. Keepgoing even when you think you are done to come up with more and more interestingand surprising solutions. Consider the worst ideas you can think of, the most expensiveand least expensive solutions, as well as ideas that would have worked 100 years agoor 100 years in the future. You will submit all of your ideas. THEN, pick the ONE solutionyour team likes the best, and share it as EITHER slides OR a short video (1 min or less).
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