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  • Glenn Zucman 7:44 am on July 13, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , Ephemeral Wayfinding, ,   

    Art Center Saturday July 12 

    Compass H2O team from Art Center College of Design / Media Design Practices's Extreme Wearables Designathon, working on their Phase 2 presentation for WearableTechLA

    Joseph Kan, Glenn Zucman, Susan Zhang & Vivia Liu. Photo by Sharon Gong.

    Susan, Vivia, Joseph, Sharon & I metup in the Art Center College of Design (main campus) Cafatera from about noon-6p today to work on our presentation for WearableTechLA on Thursday. We weren’t able to reconsider our hardware solution, but we did take the opportunity to consider the Extreme Wearable Designathon Judge’s advice to move past the Find Water use case, and think more about Wayfinding.

    We developed an Ephemeral Wayfinding scenario and created presentation slides. I got to live out my lifelong dream of being a Wearable Tech Hand Model! Here are some images from our day:
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  • Glenn Zucman 3:46 pm on July 12, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , Edie Sedgwick, Ephemeral Wayfinding, Keith Haring, NYC, Silver Factory, The Factory,   

    Warhol in NYC 


    Joseph, Susan, Vivia, Sharon & I metup at Art Center (main campus) today and worked on our WearableTechLA presentation from about Noon – 6pm.

    A scenario we developed was Walking New York City with Andy Warhol. The Silver Factory where he was shot… Max’s Kansas City where his relationship with Edie Sedgwick ended… the street where he ran in to Keith Haring chalking on the asphalt.

    Here are a few Warhol in NYC waypoints:
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