Published 13th September 2017 | Latest News

The unreliability of designing from memory

Have you ever wondered what the results would be if you were designing from memory?

An artist has done just that and the results were certainly interesting. They asked people to draw a bicycle from memory and then rendered the results.

Although the basics were there (e.g. wheels, frame, seat, handle bar, pedals (sometimes!) etc), there were fundamental flaws to most of the drawings which, once rendered, became even more apparent.

designing from memory

Take a look at the full article on Twisted Sifter and maybe even try your own experiment!


For more information about Cambridge Design Technology and how we can work with you on your next product design project, please contact Jon Plumb on 01223 662300.


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