Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The "Colorful" Collaboration.....

Sometimes I feel like touching the shades….
Sometimes I feel like jumping into the pallet…
Sometimes I feel like drinking those colors….
Sometimes I feel like painting all the way….!

Sometimes I feel like diving into the pixels…
Sometimes I feel like sneaking into the lens…
Sometimes I feel like biting into the sensor….
Sometimes I feel like piercing through the “page”!

Sometimes I feel like entering into my tablet…
Sometimes I feel like gorging on the chip…
Sometimes I feel like floating with the SMS….
Sometimes I feel like licking those delicious apps!

Sometimes I feel like tasting a cricketer’s willow…
Sometimes I feel like entangling with the clay….
Sometimes I feel like perceiving “love” for “all…
Sometimes I feel like restraining myself to Bolt’s lace!

Sometimes I feel like rhyming through the key-board…
Sometimes I feel like guitaring through the adapters…
Sometimes I feel like drumming through the mouse…
Sometimes I feel like DJ-ing through the start-up tone!

Now why did I quote these lines? Why did I use them as a symbolic representation of my thought process? Why did these lines AT ALL create an impulse in my mind when I was half way through the video?

"A mere distinction between what we see and what they see...."
Well, the explanation is pretty straight forward. I would rather term it a “Proxy Gist” in situations where the brain decides to bypass the real face of truth.
It all started with my dad’s early rejection owing to color-blindedness; it was like a trauma that gripped the entire family by the neck. It was pretty certain that color-blindedness was not merely a “short-coming” but a hindering force.
The perception of colors has impacted my cousin to a great extent, but the anomaly lies in the very fact that his mere conception of application of colors is quite staggering. Oblivion had perhaps found a perfect outlet through his art-work. He applied blue onto the human skin and green on to the sky.

Colors, over the years, have not only added that bit of splendor to our lives, but has created an esteemed segregation between the ones who prefer to “display their intrinsic colors” and the ones who preferring hiding theirs. And when it’s a question of mingling together as a unit, there’s an automatic conflict arising out of the mere interpretation of what they "see".
Well, the impact of using "true colors" has perhaps been identified in all the leading corporate’s…these brand colors manage to segregate one competitor from the other; in-fact these are treated as the base-line for “setting” up a brand-tag. Imagine a prospective VP signing a proposal that’s non-compliant with the brand-tag ; it creates discrepancies with respect to the technical and financial proposals in terms of consistency. Hence it’s literally “curtains” for a person suffering from achromatopsia.

I could distinctly remember someone telling me that he could "feel" those colors through the texture. Well yes, I remember now. This painter had been entrusted with the task of re-designing our entire drawing room with the shades that  perfectly sync with the "attached kitchen". We were literally appalled when the 50-year-old started to scuff himself against the wall….he was actually experiencing what the strokes felt like.
The application of technology as an intrinsic aspect of the human physique has been in  the discussion phase over the last few years; in-fact some of us have already given in to the usage of those specific benedictions of “machines”. But taking another stride ahead, well that’s where we are adding finesse to the hat!

Imagine an artist fabricating dreams on his palette and achieving perfection in the application of "chromaticity" as well as the embedded music in his brush strokes. Sounded inept alright, but, that really adds another dimension to those momentous creations in the long run.
Imagine a physicist extracting hip hop or punk rock through the Free-body diagrams or mathematicians extracting rhythm out of a mundane sine curve. That’s perhaps what I mean when I say that this revolution is actually the “transformation of interpretation.” It’s either “forced” or “adopted"...


That's how the gap has been bridged....visual delights have been transformed into "notes"
The aftermath, well, the concept of a PG (“Proxy Gist”) could perhaps act as the bridge of mutual inter-connection. An artist would perhaps device the perfectly “resonating portrait”, a musician would composure a “picturesque song”, a photographer would perhaps click the “most musical panorama”, a connoisseur might prefer tasting "Eye-candy delights"   & a mathematician might just charm his students with the “Harmonious calculus”.
Perhaps that’s how we have been "built to evolve into"….that is precisely how we could conjure images that invariably directs towards the prospective blue-print of such an evolving concept.

I hereby put forward my intuitive idea defining the essence of a True "Collaborative" interpretation via the application of technology. It's a 3 way triangle that combines and yields the envisaged output i.e. a glorious collaboration.

My Hypothesis on the glorious collaboration leading to "colorful" outcomes....
Well, for the starters, the blue-print has been thoroughly discussed through Neil Harbisson's short presentation on the utility of technology to excricate "colorful results" .... His demonstration at the  TEDxGateway Mumbai in December 2012, partnered by Franklin Templeton Investments , is indeed an eye-opener.

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