Out of Disorder: Topographical Maps Carved from Electrical Tape and Intricate Thread Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki Roller Coaster Made of thread

Out of Disorder: Topographical Maps Carved from Electrical Tape and Intricate Thread Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki Roller Coaster Made of thread

Guilherme created what may be the most inexpensive iteration of Arduino yet -This is a 100% functional version of the Arduino. We eliminate the PCB and use paper and cardboard as support and the re...

Paperduino

Guilherme created what may be the most inexpensive iteration of Arduino yet -This is a 100% functional version of the Arduino. We eliminate the PCB and use paper and cardboard as support and the re...

Rouleaux: Anastassia Elias New Book of Toilet Paper Roll Sculptures sculpture paper illustration

Rouleaux: Anastassia Elias New Book of Toilet Paper Roll Sculptures sculpture paper illustration

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper, every single day for a year. Except... it turns out he never stopped. The tiny paper metr

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper, every single day for a year. Except... it turns out he never stopped. The tiny paper metr

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper, every single day for a year. Except... it turns out he never stopped. The tiny paper metr

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper, every single day for a year. Except... it turns out he never stopped. The tiny paper metr

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper, every single day for a year. Except... it turns out he never stopped. The tiny paper metr

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper, every single day for a year. Except... it turns out he never stopped. The tiny paper metr


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Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper,

Last year we were thrilled to discover this little paper world constructed by artist Charles Young who conceived of the idea as a 365-day creative project to explore different architectural forms through paper,

Clever Animated GIFs of a Giant City Built in Paper – Fubiz Media

Clever Animated GIFs of a Giant City Built in Paper

Clever Animated GIFs of a Giant City Built in Paper – Fubiz Media

Artist Charles Youngs Growing Metropolis of 635 Paper Structures

Artist Charles Young’s Growing Metropolis of 635 Paper Structures

Clever Animated GIFs of a Giant City Built in Paper – Fubiz Media

Clever Animated GIFs of a Giant City Built in Paper

Clever Animated GIFs of a Giant City Built in Paper – Fubiz Media

A new trend in technology is "wearable technology" that look like small rectangular stickers and can include antennas, temperature, and heart rate sensors and a tiny battery. I believe that wearable technology is going to be prominent in the future. Maddy White

Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin

A new trend in technology is "wearable technology" that look like small rectangular stickers and can include antennas, temperature, and heart rate sensors and a tiny battery. I believe that wearable technology is going to be prominent in the future. Maddy White

These Vibrating Shoes Guide Your Steps as You Play Tourist |   | Credit:Maurizio Pesce/WIRED | From WIRED.com

These Vibrating Shoes From EasyJet Guide Your Steps as You Play Tourist

These Vibrating Shoes Guide Your Steps as You Play Tourist | | Credit:Maurizio Pesce/WIRED | From WIRED.com

A lovely study of switches made from conductive inks and paper by Atsuhito Sekiguchi, James Gibson, Akira Segawa, Keiko Kobayashi Julien Jassauo Ami Kanoh, Akemi Nanya, Takashi Kondo, Takashi Honda and Ryusei Sakamoto. http://www.fashioningtech.com/profiles/blogs/switches-from-conductive-ink

A lovely study of switches made from conductive inks and paper by Atsuhito Sekiguchi, James Gibson, Akira Segawa, Keiko Kobayashi Julien Jassauo Ami Kanoh, Akemi Nanya, Takashi Kondo, Takashi Honda and Ryusei Sakamoto. http://www.fashioningtech.com/profiles/blogs/switches-from-conductive-ink

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