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 === Prelude === === Prelude ===
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   * Attendance   * Attendance
   * Trouble uploading data to NYU Classes…   * Trouble uploading data to NYU Classes…
   * Reminder UVF field-trip (Al Ain, …, Sharjah, …, Dubai)   * Reminder UVF field-trip (Al Ain, …, Sharjah, …, Dubai)
-  * Guest Talk [[https://​www.zimoun.net|Zimoun]] ​=> We will visit his installation set-up at the Art Gallery+  * Guest Talk [[https://​www.zimoun.net|Zimoun]] ​⇒ We will visit his installation set-up at the Art Gallery
  
 === Overture: Theme of the Day => Drawing Workshop (Sketching, Scribbling, Rendering) === === Overture: Theme of the Day => Drawing Workshop (Sketching, Scribbling, Rendering) ===
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   * One, two, three point perspective ([[https://​www.facebook.com/​BoredPandaArt/​videos/​567916093395520/?​pnref=story|helpful link]])   * One, two, three point perspective ([[https://​www.facebook.com/​BoredPandaArt/​videos/​567916093395520/?​pnref=story|helpful link]])
   * Technical drawings:   * Technical drawings:
-    ​* Isometric drawing: Note the 120° angles separating the x, y and z axes. +      ​* Isometric drawing: Note the 120° angles separating the x, y and z axes. 
-    * Axonometries with two same angles are called diametric +      * Axonometries with two same angles are called diametric 
-    * Axonometries with three different angles are called trimetric +      * Axonometries with three different angles are called trimetric
  
 === Homework for next Tuesday === === Homework for next Tuesday ===
  
-  - Create several conceptual drawings that visualise your idea.  +  - Create several conceptual drawings that visualise your idea. 
-  - Reading: Research Methods for Product Design (p. 21–45) ​+  - Reading: Research Methods for Product Design (p. 21–45)
   - Reading: Design: History, Theory and Practice of Product Design (Utopias, Visions, Concepts, and Trends: p. 216–225)   - Reading: Design: History, Theory and Practice of Product Design (Utopias, Visions, Concepts, and Trends: p. 216–225)
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