EXPLORING
BIOMIMETIC
INTERFACES
Day 2
CIID 2013 July 14 - 26
Exploring Biomimetic Interfaces
Gabriella Levine + Genevieve ...
Over the course of 2 weeks :
3 design thinking cycles:
[1 hour]
[3 hours]
[7 days : this is your core project]
1 hands on ...
X PRESENTATION
PRESENTATION
OFFICE HOURS
1. Interfaces
2. Arduino intro and lab
LUNCH
3. Embody a non human user brief
4. Outside
5. Begin Design [1 day]
TODAY
emails?
LOGISTIC
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PROTOTYP
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PROTOTYP
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PROTOTYP
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4. PROTOTYPE
PROTOTYP
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PROTOTYP
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1. keep it LOW RES
2. create experiences
3. act it out
4. use props
3. iterate quickly
4. adapt
5. fail often, but fail ea...
TEST
5. TEST
1. BLOG about today:
Arduino : photos of your circuit; what circuits
you built; what you learned; what projects
you’d like...
BRINCK
MALMO
Wishlist for Moises
PARTS
1. Interfaces
2. Arduino intro and lab
LUNCH
3. Arduino Lab
4.Embody a non human user brief
5. Outside
6. Begin Design [1 ...
How was today? How were the exercises?
I like...
I wish...
RECAP /
DEBRIEF
WHAT YOU CAN LOOK FORWARD TO:
1. Work
2. Critique / User feedback
LUNCH
3. Sensors lab
4. Lecture : Biomimetic examples in...
X X
Gabriella.Levine@gmail.com
genny.hoffman@gmail.com
gabriella.levine@gmail.com
genny.hoffman@gmail.com
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  • who we are -
  • 9-5? questions, how much arduino do you want to learn; let’s have a conversations; learn from you
  • project presentation friday
  • the design philosophy we'll 5 or more step design process strongly based on that of design thinking >>background ITP, learned from people who have varied philosophies amalgamated iterate at least 4 times in the course >>critically think about how this process worked
  • BRESAK
  • convergent in 1
  • what is prototyping: examples:
  • KEEP IT LO RES: props, scenes, notes ipad app sticky notes: you dont have to write a custom app to know if it will be good
  • KEEP IT LO RES: props,act out
  • arduino is a prototype
  • prototype user experiences: user experience [google glasses] - you can do this by acting , so make it hands on USE PROPS - google glasses took 20 minutes
  • what are some ways that you will prototype
  • actually test it
  • http://www.tweenbots.com/
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  • record
  • 3 design thinking excersizes
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    1. 1. EXPLORING BIOMIMETIC INTERFACES Day 2 CIID 2013 July 14 - 26 Exploring Biomimetic Interfaces Gabriella Levine + Genevieve Hoffman
    2. 2. Over the course of 2 weeks : 3 design thinking cycles: [1 hour] [3 hours] [7 days : this is your core project] 1 hands on design challenge [1 hour] 3 Arduino Labs [digital and analog circuits] [serial communication] [sensors 2 presentations This Friday 4-6 PM [presentation & feedback] SCHEDUL E
    3. 3. X PRESENTATION PRESENTATION
    4. 4. OFFICE HOURS
    5. 5. 1. Interfaces 2. Arduino intro and lab LUNCH 3. Embody a non human user brief 4. Outside 5. Begin Design [1 day] TODAY
    6. 6. emails? LOGISTIC S
    7. 7. PROTOTYP E
    8. 8. PROTOTYP E
    9. 9. PROTOTYP E
    10. 10. 4. PROTOTYPE
    11. 11. PROTOTYP E
    12. 12. PROTOTYP E
    13. 13. 1. keep it LOW RES 2. create experiences 3. act it out 4. use props 3. iterate quickly 4. adapt 5. fail often, but fail early PROTOTYP E
    14. 14. TEST
    15. 15. 5. TEST
    16. 16. 1. BLOG about today: Arduino : photos of your circuit; what circuits you built; what you learned; what projects you’d like to do with Arduino Outdoor Observations: photos & inspirations 2. Finish your Non-human based user project 12:00 AM critique / user feedback session 3 minutes each: 1 minutes concept, 1 minute technical design, 1 minutes feedback Blog TONIGHT
    17. 17. BRINCK MALMO Wishlist for Moises PARTS
    18. 18. 1. Interfaces 2. Arduino intro and lab LUNCH 3. Arduino Lab 4.Embody a non human user brief 5. Outside 6. Begin Design [1 day] TODAY
    19. 19. How was today? How were the exercises? I like... I wish... RECAP / DEBRIEF
    20. 20. WHAT YOU CAN LOOK FORWARD TO: 1. Work 2. Critique / User feedback LUNCH 3. Sensors lab 4. Lecture : Biomimetic examples in interface design , including our work & design processes 5. Launch the Final Project & choose groups TOMORRO W
    21. 21. X X
    22. 22. Gabriella.Levine@gmail.com genny.hoffman@gmail.com gabriella.levine@gmail.com genny.hoffman@gmail.com OUR CONTACT INFO

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