How did physically acting out help to explore ideas?
When we only thinking the ideas without involving physically, we might come up with some ideas without knowing the boundary or limit in the real situation. By doing the act, we understand limitation that can’t be known if we are not physically involved, like for example the space between the seats or space limitation for people to move around on the plane.
Did you refine your ideas and solutions to the problem through bodystorming? In what way?
We found out some ideas is being limited by the size, space area, and arrangement of the airplane seats, in which some of the ideas might lead to change the whole shape of an airplane, and hard to be implemented. So when we understand those limitations, we can come up with ideas that feasible to be implemented.
What was difficult or challenging about bodystorming?
We need space, and equipment to act as if we in the airplane. If the equipment is inadequate, we might come up with solution that won’t be accurate.
Does bodystorming lend itself to certain types of problem?
Because bodystorming needed space and equipment, remaking the situation for some cases will be difficult. It also still requires more detail research, because the model might not be as accurate in the real situation.