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Everyday Objects

Experimental Cities: Dynamic Paper Cities

Dynamic Self-assembling Cities is an experiment with paper, water and material and how it responds to moisture. You can test this on different materials to explore how structure dynamically changes as it gets wet and dries again, imitating the rain, earthquakes and the heat in the real life.

Continue playing with paper

Continue Playing with Paper and Aerodynamics to explore how paper flies or why not see how folds and cuts build a sculpted paper city

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