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Transcript of Forced Connections
When is it used?
How is it used?
Why is it used?
Where is it used?
Who uses it?
Who invented it?
What is it?
By: Josh Valentani, Patrick Campbell, Dylan Schaffer
- All the modern English literature is a pattern of 26 letters.
- All the paintings that have ever been done are made of 3 fundamental colors – blue, red, yellow.
- All the music that has ever been written consists of patterns made out of 12 notes.
- All the information you see on your computer screen is a pattern of binary code
- It is the combing of two unrelated idea or things to make something new
- for example combing a clock and a radio is what created the now common clock- radio
- Easier to think of something new
- Used as far back as Leonardo Da Vinci
- Koberg and Bagnall are credited with the idea
- Anybody can anywhere at anytime!
- help you get that little creative spark you needed to finish whatever idea it is you may be working on .
- Use it to overcome a creative road block
- Help you get started on a project
- Improve a company
- Making everyday decisions
- it brings a new way for us to express ideas on a creative level
- By doing this it opens up a way of seeing how a word like Apple can relate to a word like Computer.
- People like originality and people who can utilize ways of thinking that they could not.
- It is a good way of generating new ideas and some ideas that there was no way else of thinking of it other than using forced connections.
- This can be used whenever you a thinking. or have exhausted every other option to solve a problem
it is a very abstract take on problem solving
- How we use Forced Connection is looking at what things are different from one another and how you can relate one object to the other.
- There is two games called “Apples to Apples” and “Cards of Humanity” that are great examples of Forced Connections.