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PaperCamp-Ideas

Page history last edited by russelldavies 12 years, 5 months ago
  • The microprinter, what it is, why it is, and how to make one - would people be interested in something along those lines? [Tom Taylor]
  • How paper screams out- (i'm tweaking here, sorry for the edits) 2D to 3D in understanding of the built world, enhancements of paper through shape, folds, construction. Would get people to do something as part of this talk, maybe some connections with Karsten. - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino
  • Something about pirate maps, ripoffs, travel guides. Single-use books and publishing. Will need Aaron & his folding techniques. [Chris Heathcote]
  • I'd like to explore my so far still vague ideas about "Origami Private Keys", using folded physical paper objects as (possibly one-off) identification mechanism for digital content (using a bit of computer vision). Would be nice to develop these ideas further and build a little prototype on the day... [Karsten Schmidt]
  • It's just dawned on me that postcards are made of paper. And I've got two postcard projects I could talk about, briefly, it anyone is interested; Dawdlr - 'a twitter for the long now' and Slowpoke - a Slow Messaging Service. I'd love to chat about the possibilities for this kind of stuff. (Email slowpoke@russelldavies.com for a beta invite if you'd like one.) [russelldavies]

Comments (2)

Chris Heathcote said

at 9:52 pm on Jan 11, 2009

Something about pirate maps, ripoffs, travel guides. Single-use books and publishing. Will need Aaron & his folding techniques. [Chris Heathcote]

Chris Meade said

at 8:31 pm on Jan 14, 2009

I love the look of Dawdlr, your postsecretish, long-now twitter. And would love to think about web-inspired projects to do with folded A4 and envelopes!








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