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OCT + NOV // Monthly Update

Hello World. This is probably a common habit, starting and not finishing series. I haven’t abandoned the site series, I do really think it is a worthwhile expedition to document the process of construction, and am excited to reach the end of that series someday. (Especially since the actual building for which I am basing the series on is now complete!) But I’m also excited about this new series of ‘Jewel in Landscape’, testing the organic shape of a jewel petal and it’s differing conditions as it interacts with its surroundings.

Since I usually post an update with sketches prior to the test, I thought I’d still post the sketch even though it is now after the post.

Links:

  1. How VR Training in the Workplace is Transforming Learning on the Job
    I think I can buy into this. Finding alternate ways to train workers in our COVID era, especially in the areas of “soft skills” is very valuable. I can definitely appreciate thinking outside of the classroom box, especially if this lifestyle change is here to stay. Giving nurses the hands-on experience they need, or even just office workers the interpersonal skill building they can be using virtually is worth working on. While I think nothing can quite replace in-person relations, the alternative thinking to addressing this current and future problem is really the way to go.
  2. Foster Partners adopts Spot the Boston Dynamics Robot Dog
    Now this is really cool. Technology and construction is so amazing.

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