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Pilot continues to operate his Elevator along his unique fifth-dimensional lines.

I am a writer
I am a designer, architect..


So what, who am I?

Who is

PILOT here, what do said reports mean?

What difference should I expect, now?

Reader questions:

  • Is Pilot paid?
  • Is Pilot human?
  • Does Pilot have a profession?
  • What is Pilot’s ‘modus operandi’?

Perspective, extract from THE ELEVATOR PILOT

Perspective is a vital concept in our ‘enlightened’ world. My first experience of perspective was in learning how to draw the world on paper. Using paper and pencil, we are able to express a three-dimensional view of the world in a two-dimensional realm. At first, when learning to draw using perspective, the rules of logic as we understand them seem to tease us:

  • How can a line in space that is level (i.e. a floor) rise sharply at an angle in the (flat) world of two-dimensional space?
  • Why is it that what in physical space might occupy the largest portion of space, (for instance the sky) occupies only a small fraction of the space on the paper?

Published by Mark Brand

Mark is a writer, author, producer and inventor. He focuses on brands and commercial technology architecture.

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