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Offline ShedenSmith

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Meditation and new technologies!!
« on: December 18, 2019, 07:30:21 pm »
Hi everyone, Just a quick presentation of myself: I'm a french design student and I'm working on connected devices and especially on what we call "tangible interfaces". I'll graduate next year, that is why I'm currently working on my end of studies project. Thanks to my 5 months exchange in a Canadian school and the people I met there, I discovered the practice of meditation. When I came back home I realized that it could be an amazing topic to work on for my project. Basically, my idea is to combine new technologies and meditation to encourage people of practising everyday through an emotional object, probably a kind of little companion which "grows" with his owner. I talked with my teachers and they liked the idea of a combination of meditation and new technologies but they were a bit worried about the fact that meditation seems to be a kind of technology-free activity. What do you think about it? If you have any advices or books suggestions, feel free to share your thoughts, it will be really helpful for my work. Thank you!fedloan irs.gov easybib


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Offline Lumuss

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Re: Meditation and new technologies!!
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2020, 06:55:01 pm »
Hi, I've analyzed the effects of emdr sensors on meditating (my student's essay). You may also think about brain augmentation and how it will influence the spheres of everyday life (including meditation).

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Re: Meditation and new technologies!!
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2020, 08:04:23 pm »
Essays, especially creative ones, help students develop their minds and help them create their own ideas.  Writing an essay is the same as writing a personal statement.  A personal statement is no different from a creative essay.  The only difference is that in a personal statement, the details must be factual, whereas in a creative essay, stories may not be factual if they are interesting.