The Human Arm_I

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9/27/09 MEM435_HumanArm  Concept Generation Product Development Lakir Patel Joseph Yobb Jason Johnson Jeffrey Pinard To design a teaching aid demonstrating a physiological system for use by science instructors. OBJECTIV E:
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9/27/09 MEM435_HumanArm  Needs and Metrics Primary Metrics: Educational: Must help students to understand the physiological system or concept that is being taught Safety: No sharp edges No pinch points Made with hypoallergenic materials Biological Accuracy: The product must accurately demonstrate the system for it to be useful in the classroom The degree of accuracy must be balanced with the need for ease of use and cost
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9/27/09 MEM435_HumanArm  Needs and Metrics Secondary Metrics: Entertainment: Product must be entertaining enough to capture the attention of the students No bland colors Visibility Large enough to be seen at the front of the class Easy Maneuverability: Product should weigh about 8lbs, but no more than 15lbs Tertiary Metrics: Durability:
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