Prototyping New Ideas: Zoetrope and Cycloid Station

By Aiona Bones on September 12, 2011


ExNET has been working on designing two new activities for our traveling tinkering show, and I recently had the opportunity to join forces with the Exploratorium Tinkering Studio team to prototype them on the floor. It was both fun and profoundly useful to see them in action, and we’re planning on doing more prototyping together in the future. The studio blog post is so thorough it seems unnecessary to repeat the report here, but please click here to read our observations and see some photos. This is an excellent peek into the prototyping process that we feel is so critical for tinkering success.


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