chindōgu
chindōguConcepto:• parece la solución ideal• pero prácticamente resulta todo lo contrarioTres Requisitos:• más que una ide...
Elevator pitchProblema:• Mis zapatos elegantes se mojan en la lluvia.Estado deseado:• Quiero que no se mojen.
Elevator pitchProblema:• Me duermo en el viaje largo del metro y aveces babeo en mi vecino o pierdo miparada.Estado desead...
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2652/3961125439_6d62d372d7_z.jpg?zz=1Problema:• Mis tallarines estándemasiado calientes yno ...
Elevator pitchProblema:• Mi piso está sucio y mi bebe necesita miatención.Estado deseado:• Me gustaría mantener mi piso li...
chindōguTu tarea:• Resuelva un problema del estudiante en elestilo chindōgu.unuseless
Chindogu - Unuseless
Chindogu - Unuseless
Chindogu - Unuseless
Chindogu - Unuseless
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Unos ejamplos de Chindogu, the japanese art of the unuseless, en espanol.

Use this to jumpstart brainstorming in a group. Thank you to Tina Seelig for the idea.

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  • Chindōgu(珍道具?) is the Japanese art of inventing ingenious everyday gadgets that, on the face of it, seem like an ideal solution to a particular problem. However, chindōgu has a distinctive feature: anyone actually attempting to use one of these inventions would find that it causes so many new problems, or such significant social embarrassment, that effectively it has no utility whatsoever. Thus, chindōgu are sometimes described as "unuseless" – that is, they cannot be regarded as "useless" in an absolute sense, since they do actually solve a problem; however, in practical terms, they cannot positively be called "useful".
  • There are three key tenets to bear in mind in designing a chindōgu. The principal among these are: (a) it has to be possible to make (i.e., it has to actually exist), in spite of its absurdity; (b) it has to remain in the public domain (i.e., it cannot be given a patent); and (c) it must not be exclusively a vehicle for humor, or the warped satirical worldview of the inventor. There is frequently humor in a chindōgu, of course, but this should properly be regarded as incidental, rather than as an end unto itself.In spite of the stipulation that chindōgu should not be used for satirical ends, Kawakami himself does appear to regard them as a kind of antidote to consumerism, and the Western obsession with making life as 'easy' as possible. He describes chindōgu as "invention dropouts," anarchically brilliant ideas that have broken free from "the suffocating historical dominance of conservative utility." One might wish to design chindōgu for a number of reasons: for example, to improve one's mental sharpness; to develop them as an art form; or simply to revel in a purely creative act without having to worry about utility or making money.http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chindōgu?
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  • There are three key tenets to bear in mind in designing a chindōgu. The principal among these are: (a) it has to be possible to make (i.e., it has to actually exist), in spite of its absurdity; (b) it has to remain in the public domain (i.e., it cannot be given a patent); and (c) it must not be exclusively a vehicle for humor, or the warped satirical worldview of the inventor. There is frequently humor in a chindōgu, of course, but this should properly be regarded as incidental, rather than as an end unto itself.In spite of the stipulation that chindōgu should not be used for satirical ends, Kawakami himself does appear to regard them as a kind of antidote to consumerism, and the Western obsession with making life as 'easy' as possible. He describes chindōgu as "invention dropouts," anarchically brilliant ideas that have broken free from "the suffocating historical dominance of conservative utility." One might wish to design chindōgu for a number of reasons: for example, to improve one's mental sharpness; to develop them as an art form; or simply to revel in a purely creative act without having to worry about utility or making money.
  • Chindogu - Unuseless

    1. 1. chindōgu
    2. 2. chindōguConcepto:• parece la solución ideal• pero prácticamente resulta todo lo contrarioTres Requisitos:• más que una idea• más que una broma• No puede patentarseunuseless
    3. 3. Elevator pitchProblema:• Mis zapatos elegantes se mojan en la lluvia.Estado deseado:• Quiero que no se mojen.
    4. 4. Elevator pitchProblema:• Me duermo en el viaje largo del metro y aveces babeo en mi vecino o pierdo miparada.Estado deseado:• Quiero dormir en el metro sin caerme operder mi parada
    5. 5. http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2652/3961125439_6d62d372d7_z.jpg?zz=1Problema:• Mis tallarines estándemasiado calientes yno tengo tiempo paraenfriarlos.Estado deseado:• Me gustaría comer mistallarines sin gastartiempo en enfriarlos.Elevator pitch
    6. 6. Elevator pitchProblema:• Mi piso está sucio y mi bebe necesita miatención.Estado deseado:• Me gustaría mantener mi piso limpio y tenertiempo para mi bebe.http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2552/3940026382_96a4c4f328_z.jpg?zz=1
    7. 7. chindōguTu tarea:• Resuelva un problema del estudiante en elestilo chindōgu.unuseless

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