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The relationship between Business & Design: the Lego Serious Play case

The relationship between business and design has gone through deep changes in the past years. We are assisting at a convergence between business and design lead by the formalisation and adoption of design thinking and the revelation that good design is good business: many approaches from design have migrated into business and management enhancing the potential of business focused companies. 92 more words

LSP

Baby Choreography

This is hard to admit because it sounds entirely weird, but it was such a powerful experience that I now look back at it as a sort of ceremony.   304 more words

Body

What does it mean "to know by heart"?

There’s an intriguing recent study showing that people’s sense of whether faces are familiar to them or not is affected by physiological signals from the heart. 101 more words

Psychology

David Whyte - Everything is Waiting for You

I love this poem by David Whyte, ‘Everything is Waiting for You‘.

It makes me wonder if he was inspired by theories of embodied and extended cognition when he writes ‘ 190 more words

Embodiment in virtual reality

The mind-boggling issue in immersive virtual environment (IVE) is how to apply embodiment in a virtual learning platform. Even if a virtual reality can simulate realistic views to learners,  there are limitations to control and manipulate the objects in virtual reality. 179 more words

Virtual Reality

But logically, really, how can REC support a "replacement hypothesis"?

This the question that’s been pestering me for the past day or so.

Maybe I’m missing something here. That’s entirely possible. I’m no stranger to the concept of… 622 more words

Research

Not just a floating brain: Action and Cognition Lab studies human body’s impact on visual perception

This is an excellent article – and it really helps explain certain mysteries of post-concussion issues. I’m thinking and writing a fair amount about this, these days, tying in “embodied cognition” with the neurofunctional pieces. 884 more words

Personal Experiences With TBI