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Stress gets us every day, and unfortunately, we do not even notice how much it really affects our lives. I am a very emotional person, often stressful, even for some small things such as „being late for a bus, and later being late for classes / work / meeting and so on». I noticed this and analyzed it for the last two years, wondering whether the amount of my stress is normal every day and whether it is with everyone or not. The result of my „research” was the conclusion that there are people who, like me, stress a lot, and there are people who hardly stress, and all life situations perceive adequately and always think that „this is not much of a problem,” that stress should be made ». He was still the third kind of people, there are far fewer of them. They do not show emotion, but they experience stress as much as I do – very emotionally. You can see how many people there are, looking at my research, that is, for 38 people only 2 people are of this type. Unfortunately, this type of people is the most exposed to cancer or other cancers.
Unfortunately, today’s rhythm of life is very fast and I know people for whom real relaxation is just a dream. So, during a whole day, a man can not relax completely. It is this stress that causes them illness. I hope that I can help people in this way. I like to create something beautiful to make our world a better place (I even think it is my mission in this life), so the idea to „relax” people was for this very reason.
My master’s thesis, i.e. the project «No Stress Wall» was created specifically to help all types of personality relax for at least 5 minutes. That a person would not think about anything for 5 minutes, and just feel good looking at nice and light shapes. My idea was to create some tiny „particles” in white color that could resemble a thought. With kinecta, a person can move these particles in any direction with the help of a hand. I wanted the listener to understand what was going on first and then to pay attention to the problem of stress in our lives.

Oksana Panko, 2019