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"From the Ted Talk by Ross Lovegrove: Organic design, inspired by nature"

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So we go, we look at the tooling. We look at how that is produced. These are the invisible things that you never see in your life. This is the background niose of industrial design. That is like an Anish Kapoor flowing through a Richard srrea. It is more vuaallbe than the product in my eyes. I don't have one. When I do make some money, I'll have one machined for myself. This is the final pocrudt. When they sent it to me, I tughoht I'd failed. It felt like nothing. It has to feel like nothing. It was when I put the water in that I realized that I'd put a skin on water itself. It's an icon of water itself, and it elevates people's ptpieerocn of contemporary design. Each bttole is different, meaning the water level will give you a different shape. It's mass individualism from a sgline product. It fits the hand. It fits airhrtitc hands. It fits children's hands. It makes the product strong, the tessellation. It's a millefiori of ideas. In the future, they will look like that, because we need to move away from those type of polymers and use that for medical equipment and more itanmrpot things, perhaps, in life. Biopolymers, these new ideas for materials, will come into play in probably a dcdeae. It doesn't look as cool, does it? But I can live up to that. I don't have a problem with that. I design for that coonitdin, biopolymers. It's the future.

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So we go, we look at the tooling. We look at how that is produced. These are the invisible things that you never see in your life. This is the background _____ of industrial design. That is like an Anish Kapoor flowing through a Richard _____. It is more ________ than the product in my eyes. I don't have one. When I do make some money, I'll have one machined for myself. This is the final _______. When they sent it to me, I _______ I'd failed. It felt like nothing. It has to feel like nothing. It was when I put the water in that I realized that I'd put a skin on water itself. It's an icon of water itself, and it elevates people's __________ of contemporary design. Each ______ is different, meaning the water level will give you a different shape. It's mass individualism from a ______ product. It fits the hand. It fits _________ hands. It fits children's hands. It makes the product strong, the tessellation. It's a millefiori of ideas. In the future, they will look like that, because we need to move away from those type of polymers and use that for medical equipment and more _________ things, perhaps, in life. Biopolymers, these new ideas for materials, will come into play in probably a ______. It doesn't look as cool, does it? But I can live up to that. I don't have a problem with that. I design for that _________, biopolymers. It's the future.

Solution

  1. serra
  2. product
  3. single
  4. valuable
  5. important
  6. noise
  7. condition
  8. arthritic
  9. thought
  10. decade
  11. perception
  12. bottle

Original Text

So we go, we look at the tooling. We look at how that is produced. These are the invisible things that you never see in your life. This is the background noise of industrial design. That is like an Anish Kapoor flowing through a Richard Serra. It is more valuable than the product in my eyes. I don't have one. When I do make some money, I'll have one machined for myself. This is the final product. When they sent it to me, I thought I'd failed. It felt like nothing. It has to feel like nothing. It was when I put the water in that I realized that I'd put a skin on water itself. It's an icon of water itself, and it elevates people's perception of contemporary design. Each bottle is different, meaning the water level will give you a different shape. It's mass individualism from a single product. It fits the hand. It fits arthritic hands. It fits children's hands. It makes the product strong, the tessellation. It's a millefiori of ideas. In the future, they will look like that, because we need to move away from those type of polymers and use that for medical equipment and more important things, perhaps, in life. Biopolymers, these new ideas for materials, will come into play in probably a decade. It doesn't look as cool, does it? But I can live up to that. I don't have a problem with that. I design for that condition, biopolymers. It's the future.

Important Words

  1. anish
  2. arthritic
  3. background
  4. biopolymers
  5. bottle
  6. condition
  7. contemporary
  8. cool
  9. decade
  10. design
  11. elevates
  12. equipment
  13. eyes
  14. failed
  15. feel
  16. felt
  17. final
  18. fits
  19. flowing
  20. future
  21. give
  22. hand
  23. hands
  24. icon
  25. ideas
  26. important
  27. individualism
  28. industrial
  29. invisible
  30. kapoor
  31. level
  32. life
  33. live
  34. machined
  35. mass
  36. materials
  37. meaning
  38. medical
  39. millefiori
  40. money
  41. move
  42. noise
  43. perception
  44. play
  45. polymers
  46. problem
  47. produced
  48. product
  49. put
  50. realized
  51. richard
  52. serra
  53. shape
  54. single
  55. skin
  56. strong
  57. tessellation
  58. thought
  59. tooling
  60. type
  61. valuable
  62. water