For this week, I start my modeling in rhino as well as some other 3D paper mock-ups.
This is how it looks when I stick 4 pieces of them together to create a cross shape 3D pendant. it appear as “happiness” in one angle and “wealth” from another.
However, my paper cutting is not refined as my scissors is too big for the Read more →
Arena is designed based on the concept of Modifiable Terrain and Machine Learning where the terrain “learns” the behaviour of the User and modify it’s surrounding to suit the scenario.
Reference Link: 3D printed flexible surface
Gameplay in these Arenas Include:Capture the flag Tag Obstacle race / collecting points
From last week’s consultation:Singapore’s smart city project Connecting the Cake (needs) and Icing (wants) Reward points for different groups of people Common points for different issues Connect to create a story and reward system Pasar Malam Association JACKSON TAN Many stakeholders > Similarities > One concept to apply How to make an impact with the spirit of the environment? See NFL Youtube and its external activities Link to other big Read more →
From the previous week
To bring adults (age 20-39) outdoors.
The greatest thing that designing a product can do for me to create an attractive experience of being in the outdoors is – the ability to mass produce and customize a product to bring out a sense of novelty.
An incremental design on a product that is already available in the market will entice Read more →
I made some rough models for the jewelry pieces to see how it would fit on body. First I did in paper
open ring with slightly differed design. This can grab the finger more firmly.
I also made a phoenix design choker with paper, however I forgot to take photo of it so I will upload the photo when I take one…
Interest is a psychological state of engagement, experienced in the moment, and also a predisposition to engage repeatedly with particular ideas, events, or objects over time.
In recent years researchers have begun to build a science of interest, investigating what interest is, how interest develops, what makes things interesting, and how we can cultivate interest in ourselves and others. They are Read more →
Looking at a classic experiment done by Edward Diener at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and his colleagues way back in the 1970s with regards to anonymity and anti-social behaviour.
The researchers were interested in what situational factors lead children to engage in antisocial behavior, specifically stealing and breaking rules. They set up several houses’ entryways with two bowls –one with fun-sized Read more →
Maslow’s Pyramid of Needs
As humans, we have developed many needs over time that are closely related to our survival, existence and evolution. In a way, everything we do in our daily lives is in either a direct or an indirect way related to these needs. Abraham Mallow was the first to summarize the research related to human behavior by Read more →
1. SciO – Consumer physics.
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It is the world’s first affordable molecular sensor that fits in the palm of your hand. SCiO is a tiny spectrometer and allows you to get instant relevant information about the chemical make-up of materials around you, sent directly to your smartphone.
2. Nitrate (NO3) counter – SOEKS
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