Paul used to build race cars out of paper. Today, he designs the real thing with sophisticated software, as part of the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team.
Interactive album cover for DJQBert, the printed album cover is a set of working bluetooth MIDI decks and controls that connect to iOS and OSx. By Novalia.
The amazing paper engineer Peter Dahmen from Dortmund, Germany creates magical moving three-dimensional objects from only paper. He has turned his passion for paper engineering and pop-up cards into a full time career.
The Moto X customization experience comes to WIRED magazine. You can start designing your Moto X right in the magazine.
Here’s another one of my favorite interactive magazine experiences for Wallpaper* magazine.
Disney Research present a new energy harvesting technology that generates electrical energy from a user’s interactions with paper-like materials. The energy harvesters are flexible, light, and inexpensive, and they utilize a user’s gestures such as tapping, touching, rubbing and sliding to generate energy. The harvested energy is then used to actuate LEDs, e-paper displays and other devices to create interactive applications for books and other printed media.
Just watched “How to Make a Book With Steidl” on Netflix. If you’re into printing, book making and perfection – then you should probably watch it as well.