FACE 1: KALEIDOSCOPE Kaleidoscope brought together knowledge from the consumer goods and emerging technology markets to create an innovative Orange Solar Tent. The annual Glastonbury music festival draws crowds from around the world to celebrate performing arts, the great outdoors and worthy causes. To address the on-site power needs of Glastonbury’s eco-conscious campers, Kaleidoscope teamed up with Orange—one of the world’s leading telecommunication providers.
CHALLENGE By combining solar power and camping systems, we designed earth-friendly solutions that allowed festivalgoers to power their mobile phones, camping gadgets and other electronic devices. "Orange Solar Tent Product Design By Kaleidoscope". Kaleidoscope | Innovation and Product Design Consulting. N.p., 2016. Web. 27 Apr. 2016.
CREATIVE THINKING SKILL: COMBINE Only creativity thinks of uniting technology and a camping tent.
FACE 2: Jeffrey M. Mitchem - Parkin Head Archeologist
JEFFREY MITCHEM holds a doctorate from the University of Florida. He is the Arkansas Survey’s Research Station Archeologist for Parkin Archeological State Park, and Research Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas–Fayetteville. He joined the Survey in 1990 to establish the Parkin research station. His specializations include late prehistoric and early historic archeology of the Southeast and the Mississippi Valley, early Spanish contact sites in the New World, ceramic technology, glass bead studies, beads of Jordan and the Levant, Florida archeology, and the history of archeology in the Southeast.
Mr. Mitchem loves his work and believes it is vital to uncover and preserve the past. The work he does is slow and must be done carefully in order not to damage artifacts, however Mr. Mitchem's job is his passion. That means he is doing something that he really loves doing. Creative people always find the most joy in life by living their passion day by day. For some that may mean helping others or constructing homes. It may mean protecting the community or teaching children. There are countless things you can do it life! We are all so wonderfully different... your passion in life will unique to you. Discover your passion and work hard now to begin developing those skills for when you grow up.
CREATIVE THINKING SKILL: FIND YOUR PASSION The creativity in each of us is best realized when doing what we love.
OTHERS WHO LOVE WHAT THEY DO!!!! RECOGNIZE YOUR TEACHERS?!!! WE LOVE WHAT WE DO --CAN YOU TELL?
WHAT DO YOU LOVE TO DO? THAT MAY JUST TURN OUT TO BE YOUR PASSION --MAKE IT YOUR LIFE'S WORK!
FACE 3: ADAMS-SHAWN Adams-Shawn has been taking ring-reflection wedding photos. Called “Ringscapes,” Adams has been experimenting with such shots since 2012. “The project has evolved quite a bit over the last couple of months to some much more challenging compositions,” Adams-Shawn said. “I figure at some point standard reflections in rings will be a lot more common … so I need to push things even further." To most who see his "Ringscapes," it is difficult to see how they could get any better; however, he isn't satisfied yet. Rumour has it that he’s experimenting with taking photos of soap-bubble reflections. http://www.boredpanda.com/ring-reflection-wedding-photography-ringscapes-peteradams/utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=BPFacebook
CREATIVE THINKING SKILL: UNUSUAL PERSPECTIVE Look at things differently --think of creative ways to show your world.
FACE 4: THE NEW LAURA INGALLS WILDER MUSEUM The original Laura Ingalls Wilder museum opened in 1971, next to the Mansfield home where Wilder wrote her famous "Little House on the Prairie" books. Since the opening of that first museum, the dream has been to build a bigger, newer facility. Finally, that dream has come true.
"I hope that children will be coming to see this a hundred years from now. And now we have a building where that can happen," says Jean Coday, director of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home Association.
The new museum features a video room, and a wide variety of artifacts are on display. Visitors can see Wilder's original hand written manuscripts, her type-writer and desk, and Pa's fiddle (the beloved musical instrument so familiar to readers of the books.) The museum layout is organized by each book as she's written it. You can move from displays and artifacts in the first book and go to the next and the next. http://www.ky3.com/content/news/New-Laura-Ingalls-Wilder-museum-376797461.html
FACE 5-CREATIVE PACKAGING In today's world the package or container something comes in may actually be bigger and weigh more than the object itself. Sadly, landfills are filled with a variety of different containers. Hopefully, consumers will begin recycling, like we are doing here at school, and help conserve our resources.
Today many containers are so creative that we hate to throw them away. In fact, we just might be tempted to buy something because we like the container. Creative product designer know this and work very hard to package their merchandise so it is eye-catching and even fun for the consumer. Let's take a look at several creative packaging ideas!
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