How to use video as a prototyping tool for connected products

Martin Charlier explores a new technique to apply in your prototyping work.

August 24, 2017
A fractal flame rendered with the program Apophysis. A fractal flame rendered with the program Apophysis. (source: Jonathan Zander on Wikimedia Commons)

In this video excerpt, Martin Charlier explores the different prototyping techniques for connected products. He discusses how conventional prototyping methods aren’t always a good fit for the prototyping challenges of connected products and explains instead how video can be used for both rapidly prototyping the experience of connected products as well as documenting development.

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Post topics: Design