Patricia Adler | ITP Blog
As a non-verbal/digital gesture, Sue, Allison, and I made a brooch that conveys the mood, and approachability of the wearer.
Using the three colours to signify the following:
- Green: I feeling happy and open, feel free to approach me
- Yellow: I am somewhere in between, you can talk to me, but make it meaningful …
- Red: Stay [...]
Initially, I am looking to find scenarios that lend themselves to temporary ARTattoos … for obvious reasons. I came across an iPhone application that uses AR markers to have animated girls appear, and dance to any music you select on your phone.
Here is an image from the website:
To test the ARTattoo idea, I used temporary [...]
“Who Am I” is a silly but fun game for small groups. Most of us have played it at some point, but just to make sure, here are the rules:
Have each person secretly write on a post-it note the name of a famous person. Keeping the name hidden, stick the post-it to another’s forehead. Each person [...]
Our senses are an essential vehicle for us to be able to perceive and engage with the world around us. The more accurate our senses (or sensors) are the better we can gauge and evaluate any given situation – for example, if my eyesight and hearing works well I will be able to quickly determine [...]
A typical fall day can encompass all seasons, ranging from hot sunshine to rainstorms – often times switching from one to the other, without any obvious warnings. The unpredictability, even with access to weather.com, makes it difficult to feel confident that you have chosen the right attire when leaving your home in the morning.
Experience might [...]
The process of making two distinct masks for myself – one looking to communicate who I am, and the other trying to help hide myself – brought up some interesting questions for me. Such as, are my personal interests and things I surround myself, really a representation of my self or are they in fact [...]