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The problem is how to remain an artist when growing

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Unformatted text preview: ften ask what is “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist when growing up.” Picaso < /= 8 $A playful attitude is very important Little concern of the “rules,” practicality or being wrong Mental back burner: Perspective: let ideas percolate The seed continues to grow Approach with different assumptions More information becomes available ! ( The transfer of knowledge from one area into another is obvious, why not practiced? Specialization! Specialization which is the order of the day is dangerous to creative thinking Cross-disciplinary areas: microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), product design, and information technology. " > ; 01 Attitude: ideas are waiting to be discovered Make time to explore Write down good ideas Resources and ideas are right in front # >4 Jean Fabre studies tent caterpillars Observation: they tend to follow the leader in one long single file Experiment: Lead them to a flower pot - % Tradition is strong, Dice are cubical. Let us Invent a dice that is not cubical! Requirements: Regular shape for equal probability of the side coming up Stop rolling in definite positions with the number up Must have six number because games are designed for it & Will keep rolling to delay the game. The top may be between numbers and will result in arguments This traditional thinking is influenced by the past => what is it? We don’t have to have any conclusions about how creative you can be… !...
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