Archive for 'Prototyping'

Think! Think!

Think! Think!

Japan’s research laboratory Riken researcher Choi Kyuwan displays a prototype electric powered wheelchair controled by his brain-wave analysis data in Tokyo on June 29, 2009. Riken and Toyota Motor developed a new signal processing technology for brain machine interface (BMI) to command for smooth left and right turns and the forward motion of the wheelchair. AFP PHOTO/YOSHIKAZU TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)

Fabric For Looks

Fabric For Looks

Imagine yourself in the middle of the dessert holding an M16 and hoping that you have your unit covered. Now imagine if that worry was eliminated due to the clothes on your back. No longer do you have to have “eyes in the back of your head,” instead you have them all over your body.  […]

Beginners Guide to Prototyping

Beginners Guide to Prototyping

There are several different tools and technologies that can be used for creating prototypes, each of which has its advantages and disadvantages. Consider the type of design work you’re trying to prototype and the goals of your prototyping effort as you decide which tool or technology is right for you.  Paper Prototyping is a cost-efficient […]