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The Practice of Everyday Life

Perspective vision and prospective vision constitute the twofold projection of an opaque past and an uncertain future onto a surface that can be dealt with. This article is a reflection of Michel De Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life, 1984 – “Concept of the City to Urban Practices,” and “Spaces and Places”. This above quote from the author…

See Yourself Sensing

Becky Stern ‘Laptop Compubody Sock’ This is a reflection on excerpts from Madeline Schwartzman’s See Yourself Sensing – Environments and Reframing. From Maltaf’s work, it gives us the sense of experiencing the objects inside the environment and the external environment itself – in two faces – how does it cause sensation to one’s outside self and inside. Essentially…

Grand Central and The Holiday Market

  I have done many “New York” things so far, like eating cheeseburgers, pretzels, pizzas, being dazzled by Times Square, taking the subway and the list goes on… but for some reason, one of the best feelings of New York came when I visited Grand Central Station  and its market and also the Holiday Market…

#OpenFrameworks Flocking System

Extending particle systems, we can make flocking systems where we add behavior to the particles themselves, and not just make the particles follow the mouse, keyboard or other external inputs. The particles have a life of their own and here they flock towards a center of gravity or repel away. I made a modification of…

Interaction with Technology for the Century

This is the final paper for my reflections on Design for the Century, in my first semester at Parsons School of Design. Below is the TLDR summary and following that is the final paper published from Google Drive. Summary We know what technology is. In Marshall McLuhan’s theory, all technologies are extensions of our physical…