Include a photo or PDF of your canvas in your submission. You do not need to add a separate narrative description of the canvas - consider it as a planning tool to help you write your business plan. We expect to read key information about value proposition, customer segments, etc. in your business plan.
This video will likely be one of the more durable and useful outputs of the class for you - it'll probably outlive your prototype and is easy to send to friends and potential employers. So make it count.
The video should be 90 seconds to 3 minutes long and narrated.
Goals are similar to the presentation:
Explain the motivation behind your product
Show off your prototype - cover all the main features and UI interactions.
Talk a bit about next steps.
Don't just talk over your slide deck - showing is better than telling. So make sure you have plenty of clips of the device working and the various user interfaces. Benchtop shots of you debugging or testing circuits may make for good "B roll".
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In order to create video or audio recordings your computer needs to be
webcam-enabled. If you don't have a webcam on your computer, you can still
record audio-only messages by first installing the Google Video Chat