Well… there’s a couple of things I want to say about this… although my pictures don’t really look like much of a difference, for me, it is. If you want to find out why such a little change is a big difference for me, read on 🙂 Continue reading Week 5 – Activity – Counterfactual Identity
All right, so this week’s art galleries were pretty interesting. I have to admit though, Mike Lewis’ gallery really caught my eye. Although his works had their own meaning, I also interpreted them in my own way to come up with another message of my own. Continue reading Week 5 – Artist Interview – Mike Lewis
So this week I had the pleasure of interviewing David Phan, an amazing and very different individual. I knew him prior to Art 110, but talking to him this week really showed me who he was and now I feel like I know him a lot better. Continue reading Week 5 – Classmate Interview – David Phan
So this week I met an awesome guy named Oscar. He is a transfer student from Santa Barbara and is studying electrical engineering if I am not mistaken. Continue reading Week 4 – Classmate Interview – Oscar Ramirez
This week’s art galleries were very intriguing and I was really interested in Scott Burns’ art pieces. His pieces have a contortionist twist but I thought it was a very cool and the pieces reeled me in to explore and interpret a little bit more. Continue reading Week 4 – Artist Interview – Scott Burns
So… this week was very fun and interesting. This week in Art 110, we had the opportunity to plaster cast a body part (or anything). This activity had to be by far the best and most fun activity we have had so far. Continue reading Week 4 – Activity – Plaster Casting
So I came across this Kickstarter video about using Bluetooth-functioned padlocks. I thought this was a completely amazing idea and I can’t believe how professional and unique this idea was! I would never in my mind have thought of this idea and I thought that this is very unique, and more important, really useful for real time use! I have, personally, had trouble with locks myself (misplacing the key or forgetting the combo) and they have been really big hassles for me. Especially when I go cycling and I need to lock my bike, keeping such a tiny key on me is very dangerous because I could easily misplace it when I am hanging out. But if this product is made into reality, this problem would be instantly fixed. I mean, who doesn’t have a cell phone? Everyone who is anyone has a cellular device and always has it on them, so this product already sells itself. It’s super convenient and safe and it also allows you share access to your family and friends. That’s crazy! That way less of a hassle than handing them your key so they can get what needs to be gotten. I fully support this project and I hope it is successful because I would definitely invest in something like this! I would say many many many people would invest in this product because it’s 100% hassle-less! you don’t even have to take out your mobile device. All you need to do is just be next to your lock and it will work itself like magic! This product/idea is amazing and it needs to be funded and released because this will be a big change for society and convinence!
Also, check out my video about a hypothetical project named, “Focus,” which is a pill that will help students and workers focus on their tasks more easily without being bored or lack the ability to focus efficiently on their task whether it be a test or an everyday job.