Posts Tagged 'George Khut'

Drawing from the felt experience of my bones

This morning’s workshop with Catherine: Drawing a life-size outline of my body, then filling it in with bones as they felt to me. We were instructed to focus on drawing from experience, and not worry about what what we think

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Drawing from the felt experience of my bones

This morning’s workshop with Catherine: Drawing a life-size outline of my body, then filling it in with bones as they felt to me. We were instructed to focus on drawing from experience, and not worry about what what we think

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Some more work with Wii’s

I’ve been doing some homework with Somaya on working with Nintendo Wii controllers – lots of great inspiration on the web. This video from Tom Tlalim and Paola Tognazzi shows a nice wearable design that uses clip on (or velco)

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Some more work with Wii’s

I’ve been doing some homework with Somaya on working with Nintendo Wii controllers – lots of great inspiration on the web. This video from Tom Tlalim and Paola Tognazzi shows a nice wearable design that uses clip on (or velco)

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Wii Fit – examples

Was thinking about how I could use accelerometers and gyroscopes to track and respond to rhythmic body movements, which got me thinking about Feldenkrais pelvic clock excersises, and then Hula hoop work. Seemed like a realy obvious and fund thing

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Wii Fit – examples

Was thinking about how I could use accelerometers and gyroscopes to track and respond to rhythmic body movements, which got me thinking about Feldenkrais pelvic clock excersises, and then Hula hoop work. Seemed like a realy obvious and fund thing

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Electronic Art, Altered States, Catharsis and Care

Chanced on this clip after following up on some links about binaural beat frequencies and the use in the entrainment of brain wave rhythms. I really enjoyed looking at the faces of the people interacting with the work – the

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Electronic Art, Altered States, Catharsis and Care

Chanced on this clip after following up on some links about binaural beat frequencies and the use in the entrainment of brain wave rhythms. I really enjoyed looking at the faces of the people interacting with the work – the

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Sketch book notes – little circles, big brush strokes

This is an idea I’ve had for some time now – a basic image in physio and bodywork: imagine your (insert body part here) as a paint brush, painting circles on the ceiling. I was thinking about ceiling projections at

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Sketch book notes – little circles, big brush strokes

This is an idea I’ve had for some time now – a basic image in physio and bodywork: imagine your (insert body part here) as a paint brush, painting circles on the ceiling. I was thinking about ceiling projections at

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Rubber hand illusion – remapping body sensation

Watch how you can trick your brain by stroking a fake rubber hand and your real hand at the same time. Link from New Scientist online I’ll be working on presenting this illusion at the Bundanon workshop! I think it

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Rubber hand illusion – remapping body sensation

Watch how you can trick your brain by stroking a fake rubber hand and your real hand at the same time. Link from New Scientist online I’ll be working on presenting this illusion at the Bundanon workshop! I think it

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