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I remember a long ago when I had first played with interactivity using flash, and how cool I thought it was to be able to do that. Browsing to an old hard drive I found one of the many conceptual projects I always do for myself to become comfortable with a new technology, or way of thinking. I have tried projects with lots of multimedia, corporate projects with lots of information architecture, ecommerce projects where selling is the priority, and more. I love exploring the possibilities of different technologies, and how these possibilities can help us users. What better way to understand these technologies than to work with them. Long story short, the project I found while browsing on an old hard drive of mines, was a project I did to teach myself some techniques for interactivity and animation which at the time was something new to me.

This project which can be found at www.wheel.guitarliving.com consists of a diagram to help musicians study chords and how to build them. The text is mostly filler, but the wheel is the beauty of it. Musicians who understand the chord theory will appreciate the simplicity of the wheel as a learning tool.

This is the first time I show this wheel file. Just thought I’d share it as I thought it was a pretty cool idea especially for musicians. One the meanwhile as usual, I am learning new stuff. Please feel free to share what technologies intrigue you and what you all do about it; I am curious how others react to these changes in technology.

guitar living wheel experiment

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