Analog Memory Desk

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.

Memory Desk
Memory Desk
Memory Desk
Memory Desk

“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.

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