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Speculative Design

By Lucia Ott • April 16, 2018

Speculative design is unusual in that the discipline is not based on creating functional solutions for the present user, but rather on thinking through different scenarios of what our world could look like.

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"Paper Made" Workshop

By Lucia Ott • April 4, 2018

The students could experiment and find a playful way to create attractive shapes that could be combined into interesting paper sculptures.

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Planning the Final Show

By Lucia Ott • March 22, 2018

The BA Students of Prague College’s School of Art and Design are currently in the middle of their Final Projects. The young artists and designers have the opportunity to work on a project that reflects a very personal understanding of their work.

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The aim of this project is to build a working prototype of Java Software which allows the user to extract data from the defined sources, apply the defined transformation on those data and finally load them into a target Teradata data mart that will store the data for Business Intelligence (BI) purpose.

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Ad-hoc and sensor networks are a particular type of wireless networks composed of nodes (or modules) which require no infrastructure and can connect without any pre-established hierarchy. They are very important for environmental, civil, and military applications.

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Barter Online Network

By Van Ngoc Tran • March 14, 2018

Barter is the direct exchange of goods or services without using a medium of exchange, such as money. Barter faced a number of limitations, and according to Smith (1776), these limitations led to the emergence of money.

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Creative Coffee Culture

By Lucia Ott • February 26, 2018

Sometimes a creative head can’t work without coffee. Whether you're a student or teacher at Prague College, coffee is a common start to the new day. But besides the habitual morning coffee, spending a day in a café can be a wonderful part of a creative process.

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"Loving Vincent"

By Lucia Ott • February 16, 2018

Vincent van Gogh is one of the most famous painters in the world. Everybody knows his "Sunflowers" and many other masterpieces. But he is also known for his tragic life

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Streaming, a format making music more accessible than ever, allows artists (signed and unsigned alike) an opportunity to project their voices to an extent unforeseen in the vinyl era.

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The main question when considering issues in global ethics from a political perspective is: what are the bounds of justice and morality? For example, do political borders, such as state, regional or national borders, have any bearings on our moral duties?

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