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Following the Idea Presentaion, teams created what we call Sketch Models. A Sketch Model can be used to quickly test the feasiblity of an idea or test the play value of the concept. The following are four sketch models that were presented by each team intended to take two toy concents in two different directions.

 

Magenta
TrikeWalk Artist: Chalk Painting on the Sidewalk
Shining in the Rain: Illuminating Rain Gear

 

Crimson
The Flying Orange: Orange Peel Projectile
Transfrizzmer: Large Disk Launcher or Bubble Frisbee

 

Coral
Catchin Flies: Frog Catching Flies Game
Laugh n' Leap Lilies: Musical and Illuminating Lily Pad Game

 

Ochre
Monkey Hugster: Projectile Hugging Monkey
Jammin Sprinkler: Controllable Water Fountain

 

Tangerine
Really Big Blocks
Chalk Car or Sneeze Gun

 

Canary
Car.Pix: Drawing on Car Windows

Smack Splash: Timed Pool/Bath Game

 

Chartreuse
Sword Fighter: Old Skool meets New Skool Battle
Tricky Tracks: Make Footprints That Aren't Your Own

 

Emerald
Jungle Popper: Projectile Jungle Friends
Frubble: Bubble Making Frisbee

 

Teal
Blubbles: More Sound, More Bubbles
Chalker Revolt: Chalk Cars

 

Cyan
Rumble Rider: Motorcycle Inspired Bike Attachments
Ride By My Side: Keeping Ride-on Toys Within Range

 

Cobalt
Rotation: Rotating and Bouncing Stability Toy
Light Capture: Light-Based Capture the Flag

 

Periwinkle
Bloom n Brush: Paint with Flowers
Tag It: Improving on the Traditional Game of Tag

 

Violet
Bumper Bots: RC Illuminating Appendage-Losing Robots
Water Twister: Throwing Water Around

 

Plum
Follow Me Fish: Robotic Animals that Run Away From/Follow You
Penguin Slider: Penguin Inspired Roller Boards

 

Pewter
Spring Speeder: Kid Powered Ride On Cars
Spidey Soaker: Water Hot Potato Games