every trip to New York is amazing but this one... this one was absolutely THE BEST. —> we went into this trip with no plans... zero... and ended up stumbling upon some of the most memorable experiences we’ve ever had. Traveling is my soul food. Although being far away can be tough, it centers me, revives me + reinforces why I love home so much, all coupled with food, rosé, sights, my hunny, and all of the design candy I can stand —> like this magical place @thelinenyc // #notallwhowanderarelost#kfsees
Elizabeth Gilbert once said that, "the only way an idea can be made manifest in our world is through collaboration with a human partner. It is only through a human’s efforts that an idea can be escorted out of the ether and into the realm of the actual. Therefore, ideas spend eternity swirling around us, searching for available and willing human partners."💭
I have spent at least 5 years struggling to find a partner/manager for the KARISH. line to bring my idea to life. Bruce and I have been working, brainstorming & constantly pivoting to make this line everything that I have envisioned & more. I can truly say that bringing your vision to life is only as good as the team that surrounds you. The amount of research, design thinking & knowledge that has gone into this last year will be unforgettable. It will be because of him this line will launch flawlessly. And it's true what Elizabeth Gilbert says you need a human partner to make your ideas manifest. 💗
What a remarkable product the 2C3D is (I’m in love with the name too!). This camera for the blind helps them get a tactile sense of visual data (SWIPE to see the working prototype). Taking inspiration from pin art toys, the device is a depth-sensing camera that converts visual data into tactile data, representing forms like faces with a great deal of accuracy. Allowing the visually impaired to touch what they see without actually touching them, the 2C3D by Oren Geva is a rather nifty tool to allow the visually impaired to recognize faces, objects, and even perform more nuanced functions like read expressions, lips, etc.
The 2C3D camera also allows the blind to capture images of subjects, saving visual data as a 3D file that can be felt again later, much like flicking through a photo album, but with the magic of depth! Such an incredible little device!
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