I set out to define inspiration because people typically describe it as a euphoric feeling, one that's intangible and at times unattainable. As a designer often driven by data, taking an analytic approach, studying inspiration as a cognitive condition, and mapping out how people find their ideas was an attempt to demystify the process of reaching your “Aha!” moment. Shown in the Mason Gross Undergraduate Design Thesis Exhibition, Wabi Sabi.