On Tuesday May 24th, 2011 the Raw Shaping Society launched their hybrid design tool LFDS [Loosely Fitted Design Synthesizer] in Design Education context. Over ninety (90) Bachelor students in Industrial Design at the University of Twente were immersed in design ideation and creative exploration in conjunction with the hybrid tools. The students were asked to group randomly in Design Pairs. The Design Pairs were given an assignment to design a vehicle or automotive object. The paired collaborative session lasted for five (5) minutes, to make speedy iterations with tangible materials. We offered two complete horizontal LFDS workbenches and systems for the design sessions. Each LFDS Workbench had one moderator to assist in case of dire need. Furthermore the students were given a set of two dimensional 'wheels' to trigger their initial ideas....creative tinkering...
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