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One quick and easy way to get a prototype without going through the hassle of using a rapid prototyping machine is to use cardboard. Check out this simple game prototype from Kyoto-based UI designer Kazuyuki Motoyama. [via Gamasutra]

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  1. Pingback: Prototype with Paper | My Daily Feeds

  2. Yes this is totally my way too… love cardboard! See my prototype http://playwithmyled.com/2011/09/swash-plate-actuated-by-three-servos/

  3. be careful, Apple might sue you for that lol…

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