Have it your way.
Project tutorial by 4 developers
a cart that drives you to give.
Jam ‘n’ Bread aims to bring people back to the dinner table and make mealtime a fun and social event again.
Project tutorial by 5 developers
This was one of my favorite projects out of the second provocation. Both the execution and presentation were clean and amazing (liked the diagram listing all hardware parts; video was really clear about the product intentions; etc.). In terms of implementation and additional functionality, I think somehow incorporating a user's control of pen/color switching while riding on his skateboard would add an extra dimension of interaction. Imagine the skateboarder clicking a button in mid-air of a trick so he can get explosive colors of red, etc.Overall, great work! Major props again on the execution and delivery.
Hands down, you guys definitely had the best video among all the groups. I also found your approach to this product really interesting and saw the noir influence. You could have marketed it as a fitness helper chair (forces you to not sit down for so long) but instead you went with 'anti-productivity' tool as you mentioned.Also, major props with the implementation. I would have avoided this project all together because of all the heavy lifting (breaking open the chair; embedding electronics in it AND the shoe), but I felt like you did an excellent job. The only thing, however, is that I feel like vibrations on the chair aren't the best thing as a deterrent, and that there should be a timer than just LED lights in a row.But yeah, great work guys!
I definitely enjoyed this project and the idea. If it was in production, this is something I would buy and use among my friends. It's kind of interesting that this hasn't been created yet in the first place.In terms of improvement and functionality, I know that your LED progress bar stopped working last minute, but I believed that it was one of the core features of your product. Without it, why couldn't a person just use an app for GPS + compass + recorder? Also, I don't like how there's one button for everything, and that there's a certain order/process to use it (click to start, click to record, etc.). I feel like that severely limits user interaction. Maybe experiment with swinging the stick causes x,y, z, etc. Like I said though, really great project. Good job!
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