Cabinet is basically an “appliance prototype for merging designers’ physical and digital collections of visual materials –users can add images, organize them into piles and narrative layouts, and reuse them.” Video demonstration after the jump.

To scan physical material, the user presses the single button and the overhead camera captures an image of whatever is laying on the table, and projects it back onto the space. When the physical material is removed, a digital imprint is left behind

[via w-m-m-n-a]

Cabinet is basically an “appliance prototype for merging designers’ physical and digital collections of visual materials –users can add images, organize them into piles and narrative layouts, and reuse them.” Video demonstration after the jump.

To scan physical material, the user presses the single button and the overhead camera captures an image of whatever is laying on the table, and projects it back onto the space. When the physical material is removed, a digital imprint is left behind

[via w-m-m-n-a]