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Cardboard Pop-Up Dome | Imagine the possibilities

Cardboard Pop-Up Dome | Imagine the possibilities | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
Pop-up Dome it's a lightweight structure made out of corrugated cardboard sheets, connected with fiberglass reinforced tape.
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 It's a lightweight structure made out of corrugated cardboard sheets, connected with fiberglass reinforced tape. This prototype is a 2,5 meters high dome with a diameter of 5 meters, foldable (with a single rotating movement) into a transportable package with a diameter of 2 meters and just 0,5 meter high.

 

watch presentation (youtube) https://youtu.be/FTkhOJaJ2-E

 

 

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home by linn: paper star tutorial {make it}

home by linn: paper star tutorial {make it} | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
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for paper lovers ~ make these paper stars, try with different paper, with different designs maybe? Norwegian blog ~ i used google translator ;)

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Scientific American: Why the Brain Prefers Paper

Scientific American: Why the Brain Prefers Paper | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
There is good news for those who enjoy paper and print!  An article in the recent November 2013 issue of Scientific American magazine clearly supports what we already know:  most people understand ...
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i believe it !  ~  An article in the recent November 2013 issue of Scientific American magazine clearly supports what we already know:  most people understand and remember text better when read on paper rather than a screen. 

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Deanna Dahlsad's curator insight, December 19, 2013 5:46 AM

Amen! Nice to know I am not crazy. ...Well, at least for my thoughts about reading on paper. ;)