The below video presents the start of a low-fidelity prototype development. It aims to highlight the slight issue that we have between the 15 minute intervals in which the data is received. In detail, our weather data is updated every fifteen minutes. For example, there will not be a lot of change in the weather and therefore the toblerones will remain fairly static (between updates). And some days will be more interesting than others (some days will have lots of changes between rain, sun and/ or wind etc.). This leads us to an interesting problem of how to make the 15 minute interval more interesting. We are a few variables to play with (i.e. speed, rhythm, 10 toblerones, 30 faces of a toblerone etc.) and already we are discussing options and playing with possibilities.
Flatholm Project Journey
People that made DAPTEC happen
Thank you to everyone that worked on the DAPTEC Flat Holm project and to all the kids from Mount Stuart primary school, Cardiff that helped us test the exhibit.