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  • 1. prototype testing<br />
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  • 5. N-e-r-v-o-u-s Dendrite custom creation program<br />
  • 6. I’m developing a program which will allow users to create custom wearable forms using molecular and cellular structures as building blocks (e.g., a robe structured like a tumor)<br />Do you think of yourself as a crafty person, or do you make things? (y/n)<br />Is it appealing to be able to create your own designs? (y/n)<br />Have you ever done this before? (y/n)<br />Would you prefer to have something that’s ready to wear over a design that you create yourself?<br />Ready-to-wear<br />Custom creation<br />If the piece were utilitarian (e.g., the structure contributed to its practical function as a piece of clothing), would you be more likely to wear it?<br />Not at all more likely<br />Somewhat unlikely<br />Indifferent<br />Somewhat more likely<br />Definitely more likely<br />What appeals to you most and least about this concept?<br />

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