Monday, 24 February 2014

I&E Zi Heng

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

Name: Hew Zi Heng Class: Sec 1 04

Brainstorming Activity 1

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

As a rubber band itself (tie things)
To shoot at someone
Skipping Rope
to strangle someone
as eraser (trust me — it works)
to melt the rubber and sell it
 as projector screen
 as a wheel
torture prisoners
to fix a broken table
to build a bed
to eat
as a accessory to put around neck 
as a accessory to put around wrist
as a accessory to put around ankle 
as a string
as a pH measurer
as a whiteboard duster
as a whiteboard
as a blackboard duster
to make a flag
to measure diameter
basketball hoop
as a slingshot
as a spectacle frame
as underwear
as a glove
as a hazmat suit
as a grenade
as a bullet
as keyboard
as suitcase
as tie
as casing for computer
as electrical insulating shirt
as electrical insulating pants
as replacement of tar for road (rubber roads)
rubber car
rubber pipes
as watch
as fencing
as statue
as monument
as earrings
make it synthetic diamond
as screws
as lego parts
as screwdrivers
as book covers
as book pages

Paired Comparison Analysis Activity 1

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

A. As Fencing (fire proof)
B. To make a bed
C. As Book Pages
D. As Book Covers

A vs B >  WInner 1 = As Fencing (fire proof)
C vs D > Winner 2 = To make book pages (no need to cut down so many trees. Many  people are not recycling as well.
Winner 1 vs Winner 2 = Book Pages. Deforestation is one of the main problems in the world right now, not fences catching up on fire.

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?

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