Upon presentation to the judges, it was accepted that this invention was feasible. However, there was a need to explain the viability of such an invention, as a side-by-side comparison with other products were not similar enough, due to differences in purpose and context.
Also, the product also lacked sufficient evidence to back up our claims. Statistical evidence, as well as the creation of the raw product (prior to refining it) has to be confirmed in order to ascertain the claims.
The greatest concern of the group was whether a finalized version of the product could be made, and subsequently, whether if it would be successful.