A pretty relevant example for a wizard is the (still) new guided mode on StackOverflow:
I agree with Piot's idea, a real-time preview of the results to expect is exactly what would help you reach what you described here:
At the same time, we want to create something which provides the user
with the possibility to realtime change things and play ...
It depends on who is using this and how often. And if this users have the ability to actually process the filters and options and how they will affect the result.
I assume that the users are occasional users which do not have insights on how the product finder works.
Therefore I would go with the wizard, the user has to concentrate on one question at a ...
Hmm, very interesting probabilistic case
The purpose of the non-linear process is to provide the end user with the product he expects, and thus narrow them based on variables?
I recommend using Akinator, it is a tool that by means of questions is able to choose any person we think of from around the world!
however, the akinator ...
If at all possible see if the sensors can send back a feedback when it is attached to the body, and that prompts the next automatically. This is the same as entering your credit details on purchase where you don't have to prompt next when you've finished typing the 16 digit card number and it automatically goes to the Expiry date or CVV Number.
If you were ...