Final Project Status Update P09003 – Interactive Game For Child. Jonathan Marsh (ME). Final Project Status Update. Project Name Interactive Game for Child Project Number P09003 Project Family Assistive Device Family Track Assistive Devices and Bioengineering Track Start Term
Jonathan Marsh (ME)
Product Description /Project Overview
This project will develop an interactive game for a child that has very limited vision. The game should enhance motor skills, improve the ability to problem solve, and provide an overall entertaining experience.
Key Business Goals/Project Deliverables
The primary business goal of this project is to deliver a quality product to the consumer. This will increase the visibility of RIT and the reputation it has for the bringing ideas to life.
Primary Market /Project Opportunities
The primary market for this product would be children with limited eyesight in the 6-12 age group.
Secondary Market /Project Opportunities
A secondary project opportunity for this project could be the continued development of games for the console.
The primary consumer
National Science Foundation
Children with limited eyesight
User driven design vs. technology driven design
User driven – Benefit is derived from the functionality of its interface and/or aesthetic appeal (typically there is a high degree of user interaction)
Technology driven – Core benefit is based on technology, or its ability to accomplish a specific task
This product will involve a high amount of user interactions, so Industrial Design will be a tremendous asset to the team.
Ulrich and Eppinger, Chapter 10
“Success is the ability to go from one failure
to another with no loss of enthusiasm”
Interview with Dr. Lenhard, M.D. (Next Wednesday)
Have first with Luke, establish personal interest
Finalize PRP, finish updating EDGE
Continue to benchmark existing technology during summer
Recommend to run project