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During 10 weeks, one project per day, Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday off. Another topic every week. In the end, that ‘s 50 projects, 5 out of 50 were selected for further development during 5 weeks as functional real scale prototypes. The biggest challenge was the time schedule, and according to the progress of each day, the outcome of the whole project was at stake.

Each day consisted of presenting a result every evening on a blog before 7 PM, a break was imposed on Saturdays and Sundays without any reflection on the next week to come. A big contrast to the usual student life, an almost robotic rhythm, very present in society imposed through the casual working days and hours, and the pressure of a possible failure before a large number of watchers, day by day.

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