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Indonesian Air Force Take Part In The ‘Tetris Challenge’

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Indonesian Air Force Take Part In The ‘Tetris Challenge’

From Hungary to Singapore, police, fire and other departments are laying down their tools, and their bodies, to take part in a new craze.

The fun challenge gives a nod to knolling, a term coined in 1987 by a janitor named Andrew Kromelow who was working at Frank Gehry’s furniture studio. It involves organizing related objects and tools on the floor at right angles, allowing you to see every item clearly in a photograph. Today’s Tetris Challenge is a fun way to visualize the often chaotic nature of working in the emergency services in a visually satisfying, organized way.

Here’s an example from the Hungarian Police:

 

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The Singapore Civil Defence Force:

 

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The Indonesian Air Force have definitely done the challenge justice, with the use of a ‘Hawk 209’ manufactured by British Aerospace.

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