PART ONE | the task roulette:
GET YOUR CAR WASHED.
- CUT THE BOTTOM OUT OF A CARDBOARD BOX AND FIX IT TO A TREE. PLAY BASKETBALL.
PART TWO | how I solved it:
+ 2 rows and 2 columns table with a cell of 10 units height and 10 units width. Centred.
+ Each cell represents one of the four iterations of the set assignment.
+ I did not cut out the bottom of my cardboard box, and instead of one I took 3 balls of different size to play with.
+ A visual sign was designed to represent one iterations of the task. This is composed of three outlines of a square each with 1 unit thickness, where each used ball corresponds to one of them. The square shapes are all central aligned, one above the other. The “big” ball is a square of 10 x 10 units. The “middle” one is a square of 6 by 6 units, and the “smallest” ball is a square of 2 by 2 units.
+ STARTING with the upper left cell, I was trying to throw each of the 3 balls into the cardboard basket tied to a tree. I had one trial for each cell of the base-grid. Only the successful hits are marked in the drawing image, according with the designed visual sign.
PART THREE | few samples: