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petersen automotive museum will exhibit 40 different vehicles from more than 20 different movies, including back to the future's delorean, the iconic batmobile, and the classic jurassic park ranger.
We’ve seen a wide gamut of paper project books lately, from shadows and cameras to planetariums and architectural models. Joining the DIY library today is Papier Machine, a collection of six interactive electronic paper toys all gathered together within the pages of a book developed by a trio of French designers. The various experiments are silkscreen printed on perforated paper and activated by button cell batteries, conductive silver ink, metal marbles, and other electronic components.
The six included gadgets include a piano “tuned” by hand-drawn graphite zones, a gyroscope, a marble track that plays sounds, a wind sensor, a centrifugal force track, and a tilt switch. Earlier versions of Papier Machine won Audi Talent and Red Dot Design awards, leading way to extra research and development in this final book which just launched on Kickstarter.
Who’d have thought that venerable Porsche would need to design a car specifically to compete with one from an American upstart? But that’s exactly what’s happened, as Tesla’s Model S became the bestselling luxury car in Europe last year, slipping past the Mercedes S class, BMW 7 Series, Audi A8 and Porsche Panamera, according to Forbes.