Computer Web Cam + Tiny Paper Home = Giant-Sized Fun

We are used to experiencing life through digital filters and largely take them for granted (no pun intended). This playful student design project uses a few sheets of paper to rethink one now-classic mode of real-time and online communication.

Ryuji Nakamura, cut, glued and pasted a small white home on her personal laptop as part of a design exhibition. Looking inside, one becomes part of the installation – a giant peering through tiny windows into a modestly-furnished home.

This is not the first time this designer has worked with paper, but definitely a convincing conceptual project amidst many larger-scale papercraft pieces.

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