This three minute vignette is wonderful: Steven neatly articulates design precepts which I believe are fundamental to the creation of transformative technology.
"I didn't want to store just one or two images on there, because then they would say that's not very useful. I didn't want to store 100 or 1000 images on there, because nobody knew how to deal with that concept. See, the key I think when you're putting across an idea, is: you have to understand the culture you're dealing with first and foremost and put everything very much like the culture is used to and then...put only the essential elements of your idea out there so that it doesn't get confused with things that might complicate the concept."
Link: Inventor Portrait: Steven Sasson (vimeo.com)