Author Archives: Oxford Creativity

Formula 1 technology monitors children in hospital

An interesting article in the BBC this morning highlighted how technology is being adapted to different fields. Telemetric data from cars is being continuously recorded and fed back to the F1 team, allowing them to monitor the levels of tyre … Continue reading

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The future of the umbrella

One problem from the recent bad weather we have been having here in the UK is that you can’t guarantee what the weather will be like from one hour to the next. To be prepared, you need to have an umbrella, … Continue reading

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The invisible bike helmet

As an enthusiastic, though wobbly, cyclist, I make a point of wearing my cycle helmet whenever I go out on my bike. Although there are many arguments for and against the wearing of helmets, they make me feel a little bit safer … Continue reading

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Mobile Trends

Trends of Technical Evolution is a tool that is easy to grasp, and to apply to everyday life. The idea of this tool is that all products will follow a set of steps in their evolution, which allows us to … Continue reading

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TRIZ and Cynefin Framework

I have recently been involved in a couple of sessions where we have combined TRIZ with Cognitive Edge.  These came about separately and in both cases I could see that using some of the techniques found in Cognitive Edge would … Continue reading

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