If you ever find yourself walking around on the west side of campus, you might stumble on this all terrain racing vehicle in the atrium of B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. The car belongs to the Baja club we have on campus that designs, builds, and races all terrain vehicles every semester.
This car is a fine example of visual well being in which the car is decorated to show school pride while the functionality of a race car is not effected.
I feel that this design very much satisfies the principle of enargeia because of the color scheme and clever tiger design. When this car is out at competition, this RIT themed design distinguishes it from the other vehicles and shows a sense of pride in the school. Also, in my opinion, this design would be appealing and eye catching to most people passing by.
I feel the artistic designers on the this project did a great job creating a visually appealing vehicle that shows school pride and draws the attention of different viewers from race car enthusiasts, or to the average person maybe on a campus tour.