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Visual Thinking Games

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Talk given at Adobe's Distinguished Lecture Series, Feb 5, 2009, San Jose California.

Talk given at Adobe's Distinguished Lecture Series, Feb 5, 2009, San Jose California.

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  • scottekim scottekim It certainly could be an L...the puzzle question is what is this letter if it is NOT an L? 1 year ago
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  • AmineMohamed Amine Mohamed thank you dear for this presentation 2 years ago
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  • scottekim scottekim Bert -- You're right that the figure by itself could certainly be a folded L or F. The question that accompanies the figure is: 'This is a capital letter of the alphabet that has been folded just once. It is not an L. What letter is it?' I know that's not clear from the slides themselves. The figure could, as you say, be a T, if you allow two folds. 5 years ago
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  • bertanthony bertanthony ok, so with ambigrams, the example that unravels to become F, what's the logic that makes it F and not L or why could it not be T for that matter? 5 years ago
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