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GE Olympics

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  • Designed for Tendril
     
     
    inspired by Schlieren photography—would demonstrate the physics of athletic motion by its effect on the surrounding
    medium. Like ripples in water caused by the movement of a swimmer. The normally invisible energy would be represented as fine structures of light and energy that would
    be spun and perturbed into vortices and spirals by the motion of bodies in space.

     

  • This approach would aim to visualize the unique physical characteristics of each sport
    by tracing the trajectories of the athletes joints and motions and using them to create a
    dense and complex pattern of superimposed lines, connections, and data particles.