Re-igniting the spark and research for project development for the second half of the year…
I’ve decided to make something this year – as with Honours in 2010 and Jeu Kumite (for which I am still cleaning up my documentation and presentation), I want to develop a new media work and hopefully collaborate with a Sound Designer to make something relevant to both of our interests. We don’t really know what we want to make yet.. we have decided to do it.
As a result, I would like to declare the passing of “Physonic Explorations”, the name of this blog until now. ‘Physonic Explorations’ was born our of its predecessor ‘See-Saw Theory’. And I would like to pronounce the (re)birth of this documentation blog as ‘Savvy Lash’.
In reflection of Jeu Kumite, there are so many things I would like to improve and change after having performed the work twice. I feel like the final performance was strong, however, unfinished. My goals for this next project will be to produce and finished work – in all aspects of it’s application and creation.
So.. early research… where my head’s at:
Mixing liberal arts and technology for success in Silicon Valley
… Steve Jobs has mentioned Norio Ogha as a great inspiration as they shared the belief that to create true technological innovation you need a mix of technology and liberal arts. Jobs and Ogha knew that by exploring and going out of your comfort zone creates the most open and curious minds. Working with people that constantly question themselves and have different perspectives and new insights allows you to go beyond the obvious, to think outside the box, if you will….
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High tech tracking device for Olympic success
The latest weapon in Australian athletes’ training arsenal has just been added thanks to a new collaboration announced today by the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and the CSIRO.
In a world first, a mobile radio transmitter attached to an athlete or equipment can track their every move. The information is instantaneously sent back to the coach via a wireless network, enabling monitoring of an athlete’s location, speed and position relative to other athletes….
For the full article, click here.
Science to move ‘in the groove’
Wearable body mapping garments are helping Australian athletes to move with natural rhythms…
Read the full CSIRO article
For the video documentation of the project, click here