2024-03-12 (Tu) RADARBadge Accessory arrow

A convenient accessory could be an arrow. People can attach hand-drawn wheels with "pie slices," and the arrow will sit at the hub. If they energize the wheel for a random time, the arrow will point at one of the slices. The decision-maker could help pick where to eat, where to go, or what to do. I could also design a dry-erase wheel where people could write choices, but it should be simpler to write on blank paper. I added magnet positioning circles to the back of the arrow, then decided to add them to the other accessory boards.
Arrow accessory panel

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