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Semester
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Student Name
Nikita Jagzap, Navya Malu, Ananya Nayak
Foundation Studio
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Ar. Rishi Vora, Ar. Anisha Mehta
Studio Conductors
Ar. Anisha Mehta, Ar. Ronak Savla, Ar. Devayani Deshmukh Upasani, Ar. Mythili Shetty, Ar. Neha Panchal, Ar. Parnavi Karandikar, Ar. Rishi Vora, Ar. Shivani Mehta, Ar. Yagnik Bathija

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Based on the functioning of the FOREST app, the model depicts the process of defeating addiction and has been designed to reflect the complexities one has to overcome. The design tests the ability to resist distractions in children between the age of 4-10.

It features a complex set of staircases moving in different directions at different levels. At each junction, there is only one correct path that will lead the child to the reward, which in this case, is the giant slide. The other paths test the focus of the child.

The steps placed at the highest level, highlighted in yellow, will move upwards or downwards, depending on the path chosen by the child, which will determine whether that slide is accessible to him or not. The upward movement of the steps is a sign of the child's progress. The reward is visible from each point throughout the journey, keeping the children motivated.

The structure is color-coded where the white-colored paths lead the children to the slide and the black ones toward the distractions.

The design can help young gymnasts develop the ability to focus, despite distractions, in a fun and engaging manner.

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