I certainly don’t have the recipe for bliss. So I’m not going to pretend that happiness is a switch that you turn on. It doesn’t work that way.
Happiness is how you look at life. It’s a perception. And I have been guilty of looking at similar situations as half empty or half full. Sometimes based on the weather or the economy or just my luck that day. Pobody’s nerfect.
Wishing your Happiness.
I hope that everything goes your way Today. I hope you find the silver lining in your misfortunes and I hope your outlook is more half full than the alternative.
The Nature Trail is a unique project for Great Ormond Street Hospital, designed to improve the experience for patients aged 1-16 on their way to the operating theatre. A large-scale distraction artwork, called The Nature Trail, which runs along the 50 metre stretch of corridor walls, has been created to help produce a calming, yet engaging, route to surgery.
Magically illuminated and animated 3D animal characters, such as hedgehogs, horses, birds, deer and frogs, appear through the foliage and forest depicted on the bespoke wallpaper, to engage and interact playfully with passers-by.
The interactive installation consists of two main elements — integrated LED panels and customised graphic wallpaper, which are embedded into the walls and cover both sides of the 50 metre stretch of corridor. The animals come to life when censors located in the ceiling sense movement below.
The Nature Trail comprises 70 LED panels, consisting of 72,000 LEDs in total, which are embedded into the wall surface at various heights in order to be accessible to varying eye levels and positions of patients travelling along the corridors. The bespoke printed wallpaper, created by Muraspec, is hospital grade, wipe clean and bacteria resistant.
Bombay Sapphire Self-Illuminating Package by Yehrin Tong
“… to be honest I never even heard of it before. But after reading about it a bit it sounds like the place is super rich in history and has a lot of pride for community. So I think I have put it on my “to visit” list. Plus the name alone just sounds fun!”