I was thinking …. :
1. I read about the project Humanae, the project of photographer Anglica Dass to use Pantone colorcoding to photograph every human color in the world. (see also TedX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaGjjvYuu2A)
2. I installed the game “Blendoku” for my kids: they liked it … It involves putting colors in the right order with increasing blending difficulties. It is one of the most downloaded games of the moment, so I guess you have seen it.
Now what if you would combine (1) project Humanae and (2) Blendoku ? You would get a game in which you re-order put human colors in the right blending order. Although it would have a negative undertone…. it also has a positive undertone.
Probably with some more thought, this could turn out to be an interesting game.
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