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Goddesses and the colours

BY ENUMA FLUX
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 20, 2015

Enuma Flux sings songs that portray the color of history most famous Women Goddesses. Her music encourages and inspires younger women in her community to continue with their musical talent. 

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Zones of Immersion

BY STUART REID
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 20, 2015

Stuart Reid creates amazing and colorful murals inspired by the people in local subway stations. His huge portraits are now hung at subway stations. Stuart mural projects have colored and brighten up many dull subway stations. 

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Aesthetic impact of colour

BY LORETTE C. LUZAJIC
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 20, 2015

Colour is one of the primary inspirational cornerstones that drive artists. Using examples from her own work and from familiar masters, Lorette C. Luzajic takes us on an emotional journey exploring the aesthetic impact of colour on artists and their audience. 

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Colour Decoded

BY CARLY BLACKMAN
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 20, 2015

A surgery removing a tumour along with half of Carly Blackman's thyroid in 2012 was the beginning of a 2-year journey of researching, writing and designing her book called Colour Decoded. This is a book written for artists and designers explaining the science behind colour in a way a "right-brained" individual can easily understand. Furthermore it discusses how colour has a massive impactive on our hormones, body and behaviours. Her exploration with colour tries to bridge the two worlds of Art and Science, which have been isolated from each other in our present day education system. 

"Presentation of the Day" on February 10, 2015.

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What Colour is Your Blood?

BY DAVE MAZIERSKI
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 20, 2015

Colour plays many roles in medical and anatomical illustration: representational and symbolic, qualitative and quantitative, diagnostic and aesthetic. While some colour choices may seem obvious (such as red to represent blood), there is much more history, nuance and interpretation than meets the eye. Amongst other topics, Dave Mazierski presented the five different colours of blood, the wheel of urine, and the truth behind the real and imagined colours of our inner and outer anatomy.

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Colour at the Ontario Science Centre

BY ELGIN CLECKLEY
@ VOL 32 ON MAY 06, 2014

Colour at the Ontario Science is an integral part of our vision since our opening in 1969.  From the three hues in our iconic logo, to use in defining architecture and way finding, colour assists 1 million visitors a year setting the stage for interactives and copy panels in our halls.  Colour changes in response to our needs, but also helps define interactions, resolve questions and enhance the visitor experience. Elgin Cleckley, Senior Exhibit Designer of the Science Centre, takes a quick tour of the Ontario Science Centre discussing the colour histories of the past and how they have evolved into the colour language we use today. 

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In Living Colour

BY ALEX HUGH
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 20, 2015

We are closed off from the world when we are in our own comfort zone/natural environment; thus, traveling helps us to see the world in a new light. In this presentation, Alex Hugh shares how traveling helps us to open our eyes to the unknown and expand our perceptions with vibrant ideas and radiant images to help enhance and better our daily lives.

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Gamification of Everyday Life

BY MATTHEW ROSENBERG
@ VOL 31 ON DEC 04, 2014

Matthew Rosenberg, an architect at M-Rad based in LA predicts our future will become somewhat of a peewee's playhouse. He believes gamifying our everyday life can induce people to live a more meaningful life. In this presentation, he takes us through a few examples of digital and physical projects that use gaming to solve global issues. 

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The invisible Internet of Everything

BY MADHURI EUNNI
@ VOL 31 ON DEC 04, 2014

Technology has evolved over the years to a point where we are a hyper connected society today. Science, engineering and collective intelligence have come together to create powerful internet of things around us. In this presentation, Madhuri Eunni, founder and CEO of SKE labs, explores the infinite possibilities of IoT from wearables, smart homes to smart cities and how it changes the way we live.

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Evolution of Architectural Visualization

BY DAVID PAYNE
@ VOL 31 ON DEC 04, 2014

Invent Dev's CEO, David Payne, explores the history, present and future of architectural visualization, which has been used to communicate the art and function of architecture and design over the ages.

"Presentation of the Day" on January 20, 2015.

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Designing the Future of Augmented Reality

BY HELEN PAPAGIANNIS
@ VOL 31 ON DEC 04, 2014

Augmented Reality (AR) is typically defined as a layering of digital information over the physical world as experienced through a smartphone, tablet, or digital eyewear. AR is quickly advancing into a new phase of contextually rich personalized experiences that combine sensors, wearable computing, big data, machine-learning, and artificial intelligence. This second wave of AR will surpass novelty and extend our human capacities to better understand and experience our world in new meaningful ways. AR is no longer about technology, it’s about living in the real world and creating meaningful experiences that are human-centred. How do we want to live in and with AR, and how will it shape our lives?

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Magic and advanced technology

BY KARLEN CHANG
@ VOL 31 ON DEC 04, 2014

According to Karlen Chang, a multi-disciplinary artist and designer at mixMotion, digital technology is a seductive technology. Using his interactive kinetic sculpture creation Kamiko as one an examples, he demonstrates how advanced technology creates magical and enchanted experience.

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