Innovating Applications for pre-existing technologies with diegetic prototyping
List the abilities and limitations of the technology on one side and contextual applications on the other.
Make appropriate connections to develop ideas to build low-fidelity conceptual prototypes.
2. Diegetic Prototyping
Each prototype represents a research question that promises a exploration direction
3. Field Work
Feedback was collected from the visitors at an exhibition in Providence. The comments were collected on paper chips. The reviews helped in understanding the preference of the future potential user. The prototypes were tested to understand the preferred direction of the technology.