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Strocker – The strip poker game - The WHY phase

Updated on May 26, 2015

The WHY phase

After reading this book:

A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas

As part of my first business idea research, I decided to answer some questions in it, such as the ones in the Why phase contained in this book.

The Why phase questions

  • Why does a particular situation exist?
  • Why does it present a problem or create a need or opportunity, and for whom?
  • Why has no one addressed this need or solved this problem before?
  • Why do you personally (or your company or organization) want to invest more time thinking about, and formulating questions around, this problem?

Why does a particular situation exist?

In the Internet era, the concept of distance does not exist anymore.

Thinking about this need and about the long distance relationship couples, there is the need of physical contact, and this was the closest way I could simulate it, with vibration, games and fun.

Why does it present a problem or create a need or opportunity, and for whom?

This is an excellent opportunity for people to experience the power of technology and the micro controllers.

It is also a great opportunity for developers to work on a few different areas that actually make money, such as, electronics, robotics, software and sexual games.

In addition, it is an excellent opportunity for people to give a chance to vibration as a completely new way of playing, and since this would be more an adult game, this could spice up many stuck relationships.

Why has no one addressed this need or solved this problem before?

I’m not sure, but I don’t think people are sexual enough, even though one of the best industries in the world to make money is the porn industry, but people, even far, always find an alternative way to entertain each other, or their special one.

So I want to present them a new alternative.

Why do you personally (or your company or organization) want to invest more time thinking about, and formulating questions around, this problem?

I’ve always had a passion for poker, strategy and patience games, and robotics is a big passion of mine and others too.

So I wanted to create a poker game related to robotics, so people could have fun while enjoying my passion.

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A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas

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