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Google Cardboard – Virtual Reality

Google, making virtual reality simple, fun and affordable. Earlier in 2014, Google launched their virtual reality venture and slowly app developers and tech companies are joining in. Google Cardboard brings immersive experiences to everyone in a simple and affordable way. Whether you fold your own or buy a Works with Google Cardboard certified viewer, you’re just one step away from experiencing virtual reality on your smartphone. From the site you can purchase your cardboard viewer from US$15 but they also have versions up to $120 depending on your budget. Searching the

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Thinking Inside the Box

It’s a tradition that dates back to the 1930s. Every new mother, regardless of background or income, gets a baby box from the government. The box contains a stash of supplies – bibs, bodysuits, nappies, a sleeping bag, outdoor gear, bathing products – as well as a small mattress. Putting the mattress in the bottom of the box creates the baby’s first bed. It has been credited with helping Finland achieve one of the world’s lowest infant mortality rates. Three fathers in Finland set up the Finnish Baby Box Company in

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Cardboard Packaging

Packing should be simple, smart and stunning to look at. We currently have a few favourites that we are loving at the moment. With the right graphic and industrial designer, we can help you find an economical solution to your product packaging. From unique forms and striking graphics, to detailed components and storytelling, to pure function and modern aesthetics, to clever and fun, And one-off, bespoke pieces: The Branded team can help execute your ideas! If you have a packaging project in mind and need a team to help you bring

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Shigeru Ban – Cardboard Architecture

Shigeru Ban is a Japanese Architect known for his innovative work with paper and cardboard. In the temporary Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch NZ, the materials included recycled cardboard tubes, wood and glass. Shigeru designed the Cathedral with minimal waste and easy to recycle once a permanent structure could be built. The Cathedral was finished in 2013 and it came after the initial church was destroyed in the earthquake that hit Christchurch on 22 Feb 2011, resulting in one of its worst catastrophes. Shigeru used recycled cardboard tubes as the main A-frame, shipping containers,

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