Difference between revisions of "Complex Systems Summer School 2015-TShirts"
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Every year we have a T-shirt design contest, where CSSS Students create designs (relevant to the summer school) and during the end of the second week we vote on the one we will print and distribute to the cohort. Please post your T-shirt design below. The design will be printed on a single colored T-shirt (keep in mind which color T-shirt you would like to print on while planning your design). The print that will go on the T-shirt is limited to a two color back and a one color front.
If anybody would like a high resolution SFI logo, please see JP.
- 1 SFI Attractor Concept (Brent)
- 2 Dragons Concept (Richard)
- 3 Evolution finds a way (The flower on the image is a phlox triovulata. You will find them all over campus!)
- 4 Butterfly and chaos (Kleber)
- 5 Friday night in Santa Fe
- 6 Swipe Right for Science (Harvey, Ariel dorm & Tinder Matt)
SFI Attractor Concept (Brent)
Comment: what if you slice the image of the world right down Sri Lanka, and past the right third onto the left side? Then the arcs will align with SFI at the epicenter.
Great Circle Arcs to the SFI Attractor. Arcs terminate at SFI and at participant's institution's address as determined by Google's Maps API.
Investigating how to move SFI to horizontal center (so as to not break arcs on date line, but I kinda like the fact that something "weird" is going on on the right side of the front image). This data drives the visual. The "location" column came from the wiki (but may been edited) - that column is fed to the Maps API to get the address and longitude and latitude. If you need to update, change the location column to something that Google will resolve to what you want as your address and I'll re-generate.
Dragons Concept (Richard)
Evolution finds a way (The flower on the image is a phlox triovulata. You will find them all over campus!)
Butterfly and chaos (Kleber)
So, as you must've heard ... a butterfly flaps its wings in one side of the world and causes a tornado on the other side.