This week I expanded my cluster and tried to focus on a small problem. After a discussion with two classmates, I got some ideas.
What can they tell about your ideas so far from what they can see?
They can see my focus.
Does your blog post have too few images or not enough descriptive text?
It lacks some pictures showing the user interface of the robot.
What do the images make the other person think of? Do any different ideas pop up?
“Find the lost partner.”
Caring for the elderly living alone.
Without further explanation, what would they think you are interested in? What would they think you are passionate about?
They think I want to do something based on the swarm robot.
Do they know something personal about you that they expected or hoped to see more of in this first brainstorm?
They suggested that I focus on exploring things that humans can’t do, instead of using robots to repeat tasks that humans can accomplish with their hands.
What would they recommend you look at, research, or do next?
Watch the movie “Love death and robots”.
Interview children and focus on remote play.
What about the space or idea thus far is exciting to them, or problematic?
Explore the application of swarm robots in children’s education.
For example, a playhouse lets children remotely control their robots to play remotely.
Combining with AR.
I have not yet completed the task of communicating with strangers, and I intend to complete it tomorrow morning.