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Inspiration Buffalo


Inspiration Kayak


Intuitive Behaviors

Intuitive Behaviors. In climbing, the intuitive sense is invaluable. Intuition directs decisions to make physical adjustments and actions that are imperceptible to the conscience mind. The simple acts of sitting, standing, and walking require thousands of biomechanical actions to work in concert, so imagine how big a role intuition plays in climbing. The intuitive mind plays a large role in problem solving and design thinking. It drives the sequence that unconscious and conscience decisions are made. The effectiveness of intuition for climbing is based on the aggregate experience of every attempt or climb. Just like in design thinking, the intuitive mind guides the right body position, action and reaction. The experience based behavior of climbing is an excellent example of intuition and design thinking at work. This climbing photograph was taken by Design Ideation while researching the role of intuition on intellectual, physical and emotional performance. Watch this documentary for a good example of how climbing is an experienced based intuitive activity. http://danquart.de/en/projects/to-the-limit


Inspiration Climbing


Inspiration Birch


Inspiration Reflection


Inspiration Santorini


Inspiration Buffalo


Inspiration Birch


Inspiration Greece


Monkeys of Central America

Monkeys of Central America. Saimiri, or Squirrel monkeys make their homes in tropical evergreen forests, mangroves, and secondary forests. This monkey was photographed by Design Ideation near Manuel Antonio National Park and Quepos, Costa Rica as part of an animal behavior research study. The extremely sociable, Saimiri, keep in groups which vary widely in size depending on the carrying capacity of their habitat: some troops are as small as 7 to 8, and others as large as 100 (these have been sighted in the Amazon basin). Several adult males will join in a single troop, and there are usually four adult females for every male. Females will have a single baby at a time after a 165-day gestation period. This diurnal monkey has the most restricted range of Costa Rican primates, although it is very similar to and may be same species as Saimiri sciureus, another squirrel monkey which lives in Amazonian portions of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, and Guyanas. In Costa Rica, squirrel monkeys are threatened because of increased rates and amounts of deforestation and forest fragmentation. This monkey was photographed by Design Ideation near Manuel Antonio National Park and Quepos, Costa Rica as part of an animal behavior research study.


Intuitive Behavior

Intuitive Behavior. In climbing, the intuitive sense is invaluable. Intuition directs decisions to make physical adjustments and actions that are imperceptible to the conscience mind. The simple acts of sitting, standing, and walking require thousands of biomechanical actions to work in concert, so imagine how big a role intuition plays in climbing. The intuitive mind plays a large role in problem solving and design thinking. It drives the sequence that unconscious and conscience decisions are made. The effectiveness of intuition for climbing is based on the aggregate experience of every attempt or climb. Just like in design thinking, the intuitive mind guides the right body position, action and reaction. The experience based behavior of climbing is an excellent example of intuition and design thinking at work. This climbing photograph was taken by Design Ideation while researching the role of intuition on intellectual, physical and emotional performance. Watch this documentary for an example of how climbing is an experience based intuitive activity. http://danquart.de/en/projects/to-the-limit


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