Integrate the experience prototype into the vehicle. The story must not be lost despite other requirements, e.g. technical constraints.
In consideration of criteria from specification sheet, integration concept and story, visualize and implement possibilities for integrating the experience prototype into the vehicle.
Experience prototype, story, specification sheet, integration concept.
First, visualize variants that describe the possible integration of the experience prototype into the vehicle. Make sure that requirements from the specification sheet and the integration concept are met.
Now implement the new prototype and further develop it iteratively into a component while taking the integration concept into account.
You may have to expand and adapt the integration concept depending
on the further development of the prototype and the implementation
of the component.
Specific hardware prototype (at the component level), adapted integration concept.
An iterative process based on feedback from the team and small user studies is helpful for visualizations and implementation.
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