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Final Master Project Presentation
Transcript of Final Master Project Presentation
DESIGN & PROCESS
B32 FREE TO PLAY
M11 DESIGN FOR THE PERIPHERY
M12 ALT SPACE ENTER PLAY
DESIGNING FOR PLAYFULNESS
USING QUALITIES OF WATER
“If I would have the time and it would be summer, I would spend my whole afternoon with the design" - Bas
“When you walk on the runway, it doesn’t really matter what age you are. For a moment you are a kid again.” - Joep
When you are interacting with the system, you forget everything around you.” - Maarten
“The water really does have some magical touch to it. I think the reason for this is that it is something natural, but in an unnatural way." - Manon
“I definitely experienced relaxation. It is almost some sort of mindfulness; that your attention is redirected to your senses again." - Mark
“Summing up the formal characteristic of play, we might call it a free activity standing quite consciously outside 'ordinary' life as being 'not serious' but at the same time absorbing the player intensely and utterly. It is an activity connected with no material interest, and no profit can be gained by it. It proceeds within its own proper boundaries of time and space according to fixed rules and in an orderly manner. It promotes the formation of social groupings that tend to surround themselves with secrecy and to stress the difference from the common world by disguise or other means.”