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Feb 18, 2019 02:21:01

Superheroes

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Victoria Maung

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I published a post on my blog at Pantophagy Design, titled Superhero Physiques

TLDR; Comic book superheroes tend to all look the same, so what if they looked like real people according to their respective superpowers?

It was a really fun thought exercise, and I hope that sort of inspiration strikes me more often. That moment is a reminder about the importance of activities outside of work, even if it is television. There will be days when I just work on a particular project for many consecutive hours and just feel a little empty. 

This weekend, I'll be attending either or both a healthcare conference and TEDxRIT being hosted on campus. Hopefully on Thursday, my cohort and I will be going out for the first time in our super-busy semester. 

I've described my blog as "science- and design-related," and fortunately "design" exists in every step of every life experience. I hope I get inspired by real-life problems and stories to come up with more insights that we can potentially apply to the products we design one day, whether they're digital tools, tangible items, or pieces of art. Here's to the process of lifelong learning and improvement! 

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    @vickenstein fun post! I always thought Superhero physiques made little sense. If Superman gets all his powers from the sun why is he working out? And what weight is he lifting to challenge his muscles? Buildings?

    Keenen Charles avatar Keenen Charles | Feb 18, 2019 12:18:18
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      @keenencharles Ooh, I didn't know that. I'd definitely like to one day see a physicist hash out these numbers

      Victoria Maung avatar Victoria Maung | Feb 19, 2019 01:02:15
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