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beanfield:

Universal Packaging System by Patrick Sung

by PLEATFARMER on APRIL 20, 2010

Designer Patrick Sung came up with flat sheets of recyclable corrugated cardboard called the Universal Packaging System or UPS (not related to United Parcel Service). The patterned grooves allows for easy folding, and conforms to any shapes of your content.

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phibious:

BLA-BLA an Interactive Tale
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Vincent Morisset’s BLA BLA is an interactive tale that explores the  fundamental principles of human communication. The user makes the story  possible: without interaction the characters remain inert, waiting for  the next interaction. The user clicks, plays and searches through the  simple, uncluttered scenes.
  View the site here
Each of the six chapters in the story depicts a different aspect of  communication: learning a language, making small talk, expressing  emotions, etc. Rich in opportunities for discovery, BLA BLA illustrates  these concepts through endearing yet perplexing characters.

phibious:

BLA-BLA an Interactive Tale

Description adverblog

Vincent Morisset’s BLA BLA is an interactive tale that explores the fundamental principles of human communication. The user makes the story possible: without interaction the characters remain inert, waiting for the next interaction. The user clicks, plays and searches through the simple, uncluttered scenes.

  View the site here

Each of the six chapters in the story depicts a different aspect of communication: learning a language, making small talk, expressing emotions, etc. Rich in opportunities for discovery, BLA BLA illustrates these concepts through endearing yet perplexing characters.

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fuelforthoughts:

The Infinite Adventure Machine - iPad App

Commissioned by Microsoft Research at Cambridge, The infinite Adventure Machine is a computer program that generates fairy-tale plots. 

Based on the work of Vladimir Propp, who reduced the structure of russian folk-tales to 31 basic functions, the application works of a set of principles, and generates story scenes on-the fly. The job of the reader is to fill in the gaps and make the narrative whatever they like. Great for encouraging creativity and excitement for storytelling at an early age.

The project is to be featured in the upcoming ‘Glitch Fiction’ Exhibition in Paris 12th - 18th September 2011, so if you’re about go check it out.

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