MCAD (Mechanical Computer-aided Design) student Kirsten Camara wanted a better way to save notes. So, she created the “Analog Memory Desk”, a table that comes complete with 1,100-yards of blank paper to record everything. When the desktop is covered in notes, scribbles, drawings, etc. a simple turn of the handles gives you a blank analog tabletop once again. Continue reading for more pictures and the blueprint.
“The desk is not available for purchase, but the blueprints were released with a Creative Commons license, so you are free to build it on your own! What do you think – could you use a table like this for work or play?”, says Bored Panda.