Johnny Lee: Success Through Rapid Prototyping & Sharing

Johnny Lee: Success Through Rapid Prototyping & Sharing
Dan Gould
  • 28 october 2008

Do it now, do it fast, get feedback, fix do it again. Nowadays the TOTE algorithm is sped up to ludicrous speed -or as fast as our communication tools will allow us to operate.

Core 77 shares with us the story of Johnny Lee, formerly of Carnegie Mellon University. His homemade video of how to hack a Wiimote into a VR display has brought him a TED talk, a bunch of job offers and millions of Youtube views. The point of the story is that a perfect storm of user friendly technologies has made it possible for everyday people to rapidly prototype and share their ideas like never before.

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