Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Red Dot museum. Group:Yen Zhe, Marcus, Rohan, John

S,C,P.M
A
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Its name is emembrane

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What we learnt-Innovation has no boundaries.







We like this product the most and it is related to our project since it is also one of our 8 solutions. This shows us roughly how it could be built.

Monday, 28 July 2014

Presentation Format




Reflection of the Visit to the Red Dot Museum, By: Jeremy (Leader), Stevanus, Nicolas and Gabriel

Observation:

- Can you find examples of SCAMPER from exhibits?

S-Substitue:

This clock uses words instead of the traditional numbers and hands.



C-Combine:
This stroller on the right combines an umbrella and stroller into one.




A-Adapt:
This chair adapts its shape into an enclosing backrest for the user that provides some privacy.


M-Modify:

These tablet cases are modified in such a way that they are triangular flaps connected by a foldable polyester material that allows more flexibility instead of the normal single rectangular flap that covers the entire tablet and has almost zero flexibility.





P-Put to other use:
These special tables, instead of just being used to work on, they can be instead used to play something like Tetris. They have interconnecting protruding parts that can be put together to make different shapes of tables.





E-Eliminate:
These iPhones eliminate a miniature keyboard by instead using touchscreen technology.



R-Rearrange:
This tablet has been disassembled and the pieces tweaked so that it can be interchanged and be assembled by the user in anyway he or she wants.


Learn from it:

- Name one thing that you have learnt from the designs that you have seen in the Red Dot Museum.

One thing that we have learnt is that there are many ways to design a product, but if we want to design a successful product, then we need to at least use one of the SCAMPER properties. The SCAMPER properties can help us to improve on our products by giving us an idea or goal of what to design the product against.

Application:

- Take a picture of the design(s) that your group likes the most and explain how it relates to the project that your group will be working on.

Our group's main topic of discussion are fires in the kitchen. We were not really able to find a product that was similar to what we were going to design, or our topic, but we do have a favourite product in the Red Dot Museum. This is the iPhone. The iPhone is one of the revolutionary products that gave Apple the upper hand in the electronics market. Across many years, the iPhone has received many improvements, new editions and better software. Many people across world own an iPhone, and many cannot imagine living without it. This iPhone was one of the first smartphones (possibly the first) to be developed and released into the market. The current version still has its Gorilla Glass touchscreen. It is compact, very useful for almost everything and many uses are still being developed for this smartphone through applications.

Sunday, 29 June 2014

Happenings in Sem 2

A) Important Events to remember

1) Exploring Entrepreneurs Camp @ Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Dates: 10th & 11th Sept (Wed, Thurs)
Time: 8am - 5pm 
Venue: Ngee Ann Polytechnic

2) Social Innovation Challenge in Term 4 W4 Presentation 
( Note: End of Year Exam is in Term 4 W2-3)

3) IE Bazaar in Term 4 W4

B) Recap of Problem Statements 
WIBGI - <Outcome>
WIBNI
HCW


C) Research on Social Problem Related to Safety


d) Problem statements

Monday, 24 February 2014

Uses for rubber bands


Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: Gabriel M._______________________________________ Class: Sec 1 06______


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

To tie hair
To shoot someone
To cut a watermelon
To create a smelly smell
To make someone’s finger numb
To make a sling shot
To make a rubber band ball
To blind someone
To wear as a bracelet     
To make a skipping rope
To make a swing
To make a cup insulator 
To make a collar for your dog
To make a bed
To make poison
To make red dye
To make malted rubber
To tie someones ear
To kill someone
To make confetti that can hurt people
To create a brain that cannot think
To create cheap handcuffs
To create steering wheels cover
To do magic trick
To make a doll
To make tennis strings
To make guitar strings


Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.To make a rubber band ball

B.To create a brain that cannot think

C.To make poison
D.To make confetti that can hurt people


A vs B >  Winner 1 = C vs D > Winner 2 = Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = 

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?
Most coming from the middle and the back.

What gives you those ideas?


My very complex brain.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: Justin Goh Kai jun______________________________________ Class: s106 Sec 1

Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.  Can use for hanging
2. Could be used for making slingshot
3. Could be use for art
4. Can be to put around the container so ants can not reach the food
5. A lot of rubber band can be use as a soft landing
6. Could be used for making shoes so when the human grow, the shoes will stretching with the human as his feet get bigger

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A. Can be use to put around the container so ants can not reach the food
B. Can be used for art
C. Can be use for hanging things
D. Could be use for  making shoes so when the humans grow, the shoes will stretching with human as his feet get bigger

A vs B >  Winner 1 = B C vs D > Winner 2 = D Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = D

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?


What gives you those ideas?
Thinking 

Use for rubber bands


Activity

Sorry, I don't have pages downloaded in my LD. So I used other software.
Sorry.


I&E my ideas

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: _______________Elliot Virk________________________ Class: Sec 1 _06_____


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.bunjee jump cord
2.belt
3.rubber ball
4.elastic clothing
5.catapult
6.laptop protector
7.phone protector
8. weaponry
9.wigs
10.hat
11.skipping rope
12.fake beard
13.shoes
14pants
15.shirts
16.curtains
17.mattres
18.boxing gloves
19.helmet
20.slingshot
21.propelent
22.bracelet
23.leash
24.necklace
25.coaster
26.wrist band
27.tires
28.table cloth
29.slip cover
30.mittens
31.hair tie
32.insulation
33.straight jacket replacement
34.sunglasses strap
35.car bumper
36.rope
37.ornaments
38.ski mask
39.ear muffs
40.plate grip
41.pillow

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.fake beard
B.boxing gloves
C.catapult
D.shoes

A vs B >  WInner 1 = fake beard C vs D > Winner 2 = shoes Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = fake beard

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over? Most came from the beginning but boxing gloves were in the middle.


What gives you those ideas?

Randomness and fun and awesomeness

I and E

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: ________Wee Yen Zhe_______________________________ 
Class: Sec 1 -06______


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.Make a rubber band-powered plane
2.tie hair
3.Trip wire
4.A diversion for a prank
5.An eraser
6.A sport-glasses holder
7.An eyeglasses safety strap
8.A poster scroll
9.A ball
10.Collection
11.A belt
12.Pencil grip
13.A prank
14.To make a bed
15.Keep papers together


Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.Make a rubber band-powered plane

B.An eyeglasses safety strap

C.A belt

D.To make a bed


A vs B >  WInner 1 = B C vs D > Winner 2 = C Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = B

IE worksheet


                                         Innovation and Entrepreneurship                             Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)

Name: Jaryl Chan Jun Xiang________________________________ Class: Sec 106 ____ Brainstorming Activity 1
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Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.
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1. To shoot people
2. To hold a structure up
3. To make a picture
4. To tie something together
5. To decorate a thing
6. To eat as food
7. To make as air freshener
8. To use as a type of washing powder
9. To create electricity
10. To create Heat
11. To create a item
Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A. To create electricity 
B. To hold up structure 
C. To create heat
D. To create accessories


Name: _______Ashwin Suresh________________________________ Class: Sec 1 _06_____


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.As a defense system
2.As a source of poison
3.as a rubber ball
4.an a chocking device
5. as a torture device
6.as a sling (injury)
7.zipper
8.slingshot
9.wig
10.rope
11.Bomb fuse


Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.torture  device
B.As a source of poison
C.A source of fuel
D.Wig

A vs B >  WInner 1 = b C vs D > Winner 2 = c Winner 1 vs Winner 2 =c 

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?
Beginning


What gives you those ideas?

A movie I saw

Laylo ~ I & E

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: ___Laylo____________________________________ Class: Sec 1 _06_


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.Create shapes using the band
2.Shoe Laces
3.Fire pullets for shooting peas/peanuts
4.Bundling things together wires
5.To use as a part in robots
6.join them together to make ‘ZERO Point’

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.Fire pullets for shooting peas/peanuts
B.C.Shoe Laces
C.join them together to make ‘ZERO Point’
D.Bundling things together



A vs B >  Winner 1 = A C vs D > Winner 2 = D Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = 2

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?
They are from the beginning.

What gives you those ideas?
Our daily lives and how they affect us.Also,from the observations I have done and from my knowledge and experience. 











My I&E worksheet



Kaung Sitt Thway14 S1-06
My ideas




Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

Tie a lot of rubber bands together to make a rope.
Melt the rubber bands and then make it into rubber again and sell it to developing countries to get rich.
Hanging things
Trolling someone by shooting them constantly with rubber bands.
Use the rubber band and invent an 16bit com that can do an arithmetic operations in binary.
Make a very complex machine.
Make a Trampoline 



Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.Use the rubber bands and make a 16bit computer that can do any arithmetic operation in binary
B.Melt the rubber band and make it into rubber to sell to developing countries
C.Hanging Things
D.Make a trampoline

A vs B >  Winner 1 = A C vs D > Winner 2 = D Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = A

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?

They come mostly from the end.
What gives you those ideas?

Based on my  experiences and knowledge.

my ideas

my ideas


















Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: _______________________________________ Class: Sec 1 ______


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.shoot someone
2.use it to make a motor
3.use it to cut fruits
4. use it to cut wood
5. use it to hang people
6. use it to make a air fresher
7. use it to hang people
8. use it as a handle for a lantern
Prevent a sliced apple from browning


Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.  hang people
B.use it as a handle
C.use it to make a motor
D. use it to cut wood

A vs B >  WInner 1 = a C vs D > Winner 2 = d Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = a
Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?


What gives you those ideas?










































My worksheet

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: Stevanus                                                                                   Class: Sec 1-06


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.Catapult
2.Connect together to form a rope
3.Hair band
4.Blood stopper
5.Small guitar
6.Do magic
7.Motor
8.Ammo
9.Hit people
10.Sound maker
11.Slingshot
12.Flammable
13.Trap
14.

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.Catapult
B.Slingshot
C.Sound maker
D.Motor

A vs B >  WInner 1 = Catapult C vs D > Winner 2 =Motor Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = Motor

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?
They come from the end.

What gives you those ideas?
From my experience.





I and E

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: _______________________________________ Class: Sec 1 ______


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

Slingshot
Ammunition
Tying things together
Torture device
Cutting watermelon
Burn it and make poisonous smoke
Trap
Skipping rope
Bomb fuse
Bracelet
Tie Hair together



Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A. Ammunition
B. Bomb Fuse
C. Trap
D. Skipping rope

A vs B >  WInner 1 = Bomb fuse C vs D > Winner 2 = Skipping rope Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = skipping rope

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?

In the middle

What gives you those ideas?

My brain

















Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: _______________________________________ Class: Sec 1 ______


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

Slingshot
Ammunition
Tying things together
Torture device
Cutting watermelon
Burn it and make poisonous smoke
Trap
Skipping rope
Bomb fuse
Bracelet
Tie Hair together



Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A. Ammunition
B. Bomb Fuse
C. Trap
D. Skipping rope

A vs B >  WInner 1 = Bomb fuse C vs D > Winner 2 = Skipping rope Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = skipping rope

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?

In the middle

What gives you those ideas?

My brain

































































What can I use the rubber bands for.

Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

1.Can use to fix small furniture 
2.tying things together
3.Ammunition
4.Can make a trap
5.Slingshot
6.Skipping rope
7.Necklace
8.Bracelet
9.Tie hair together 
10.Use as an aglet.
11.Make glue
12.hang loose notes.
13.Torture device

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A.Can use to fix small furniture
B.can make a trap
C.Bracelet
D.Use as an aglet

A vs B >  Winner 1 = A C vs D > Winner 2 =D Winner 1 vs Winner 2 =A 

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?
All Over


My I&E Work Sheet

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6) Name: ___Tang Rui Feng Reagan____________________________________ Class: S1-06 Sec 1___06___ Brainstorming Activity 1 Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea. 1.Trip wire 2.Ruler 3.Hair band 4.arm band 5.skipping rope 6.necklace 7.sling shot 8.catapult 9.head band 10.Bottle holder 11.a trap 12. Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1 Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible) A.slingshot B.bottle holder C.Ruler D.Skipping rope A vs B > WInner 1 =A C vs D > Winner 2 = C Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = A Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over? What gives you those ideas?

My Rubber Band Ideas

Here it is

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Generating and Focusing Tool (Term 1 Week 6)



Name: Jeremy Matthew Delizo Dela Serna (11)   Class: S1-06


Brainstorming Activity 1

Generate as many ideas as you can for the use of rubber bands (at least 30). Number each of your idea.

Ammunition
Slingshot
Hanging things
Wrapping stuff
Helicopter
Fuel for vehicles
Insulation of hot and/or electrical things
Chains
Hammock
 Mask
 Helmet
 Covering
 Support
 Attaching things
 Exercise tool
 Armour
 Energy for movement
 Automatic MG
 Catapult
 Rope

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

Pick the top 4 ideas based on the criterion of innovativeness (different, most original, unique, feasible)

A. Hammock
B. Rope
C. Catapult
D. Armour

A vs B >  Winner 1 = A
C vs D > Winner 2 = D
Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = A

Where do your top 4 ideas come from? Are they ideas from the beginning, middle or end, or all over?

My ideas came from the end.
What gives you those ideas?

Inspiration from many people who have ingenious ideas for using rubber bands.