Returning to the object you tried to identify in a previous Web Trick create a video where you show the object, but rather than saying what you think you know about it, talk instead about the process you went through trying to figure it out. Describe your ideas, what worked, did not work, and anything that would help demonstrate how you go about problem solving.
Try to keep the video about two minutes long.
If you have a mobile camera, you can record this yourself, or maybe work in pairs so each of you can take turns holding the camera. Then upload your video to YouTube, Vimeo, Instagram, or Twitter — any place you can post a video where it has a public web address for others to see it. Use that URL to be the example of work for your response to this web trick.
Note that this does not require putting your face on camera, you can just focus on your hands and showing the object; it’s more important to hear you talk about your process.
Example for "Describe Your Process for Trying to Identify the Contextless Object":