SynBERC:T shirt

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*'''[[User:Jennyn|Jenny]] 02:41, 12 February 2007 (EST)''': Posted is a possible design concept for the t-shirt. Please let me know your thoughts (comments, suggestions, etc). No color added yet. Also note, I will be in class from 12-5p CST today (back-to-back!! yuk), so I will not be able to reply within those times.
*'''[[User:Jennyn|Jenny]] 02:41, 12 February 2007 (EST)''': Posted is a possible design concept for the t-shirt. Please let me know your thoughts (comments, suggestions, etc). No color added yet. Also note, I will be in class from 12-5p CST today (back-to-back!! yuk), so I will not be able to reply within those times.
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*'''[[User:Rshetty|Reshma]] 10:21, 12 February 2007 (EST)''': I am not sure that the dotted version of the double helix makes that much sense to me.  How about replacing that section of the circle with "devices" like symbols denoting sensors, inverter and/or actuators.  For example, a NOT symbol or a lightbulb or something.  That way the logo would include DNA, parts AND devices.  It would omit chassis and human practice which are the other two areas of SynBERC but I don't have any bright ideas about how to include those.
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*'''[[User:Rshetty|Reshma]] 10:21, 12 February 2007 (EST)''': I am not sure that the dotted version of the double helix makes that much sense to me.  How about replacing that section of the circle with "devices" like symbols denoting sensors, inverter and/or actuators.  For example, a NOT symbol or a lightbulb or something.  That way the logo would include DNA, parts AND devices.  It would omit chassis and human practice which are the other two areas of SynBERC but I don't have any bright ideas about how to include those. But all in all, I like it!  Thanks Jenny!

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Discussion

  • Jenny 02:41, 12 February 2007 (EST): Posted is a possible design concept for the t-shirt. Please let me know your thoughts (comments, suggestions, etc). No color added yet. Also note, I will be in class from 12-5p CST today (back-to-back!! yuk), so I will not be able to reply within those times.
  • Reshma 10:21, 12 February 2007 (EST): I am not sure that the dotted version of the double helix makes that much sense to me. How about replacing that section of the circle with "devices" like symbols denoting sensors, inverter and/or actuators. For example, a NOT symbol or a lightbulb or something. That way the logo would include DNA, parts AND devices. It would omit chassis and human practice which are the other two areas of SynBERC but I don't have any bright ideas about how to include those. But all in all, I like it! Thanks Jenny!
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