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Drawing People together: Invention MOB. Amit Garg Brian Price Matt Hyer Matt Staebell. Brainstorming. As we came together with our self-made products, the only one we could work with was Amit Garg’s “Lost the Sun”

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Drawing people together invention mob

Drawing People together:Invention MOB


Brian Price

Matt Hyer

Matt Staebell


  • As we came together with our self-made products, the only one we could work with was AmitGarg’s “Lost the Sun”

  • We decided to work with it, and decided we could possibly make a music video.

  • With inspirations from The Fray and All-American Rejects, we decided to use the creations of our peers to express their reflections on a melancholy and in the end combine them to create a video.

The idea

  • WHAT: Make a music video to a song made by a group member.

  • HOW: Ask people to reflect on each line of the song.

  • WHO: People were asked all over the Georgia Tech campus to reflect on the song.

  • THE HOPE: Through this artistic expression, people could be able to relate to one another.

The process

  • Each member was in charge of gathering reflections.

  • We also had an additional reflection page where people could collaborate to make one drawing of their reflections.

  • Along the way, group members blogged of their experiences, often different from what we expected.

  • After each individual reflected, they were filmed holding up their creation to work towards a final video product.

The variety of participation
The variety of Participation

  • The hardest part of our project was gathering thought-out reflections from our peers that had taken some effort.

  • Some people contributed very lackluster reflections, while other people spent a lot of time on them to add a great deal to our video.

  • Overall, people were fast to help and some even offered to help with the technical portion of our project.

The product
The Product

  • The reflections we received were put to the lyrics of the song in a video.

  • The collaborative reflection sheet was used in the video to show how by individuals all adding one idea or thought to a process, a group of individuals can make one final product.

  • The final goal of the project was to take a slightly depressed song emphasizing on loneliness, and to turn it around by putting people who felt that way together.

  • Our goal was completed as we ended up with the final product we had hoped for.

“Alone we can do so little,

together we can do so much.”

Helen Keller