Death of print… greatly exaggerated…

“Paper posters that play music via printed circuits made with conductive ink have been unveiled.

The prototype “Listening Post” poster is a guide to bands performing locally.

The interactive poster plays a short clip of a band’s music when a thumbnail image is pressed. Tickets can also be booked via the poster.”

via BBC News – Playing pop music via paper posters with conductive ink.

What a great idea. Find out more about the developers, Uniform, here;

Liverpool-based Uniform agency

“Paper Apps… these are devices that enable users to interact with data, information and services, but they’re made from paper and conductive inks”

Paper Apps from Uniform on Vimeo.

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