(Pics) PEGA’s Origami Wall Art
PEGA has created a line of origami inspired wall decals that literally unfold from the wall to reveal hidden functionality.
With 3D digital displays one of the hot trends at this year’s CES, it’s hard go back to a world filled with two-dimensional entertainment - just look to the post-viewing depression amongst Avatar fans for evidence of that fact. With that in mind, we especially appreciate PEGA‘s new line of decals, an analog approach to adding a bit more perspective to traditional flat, hanging art. The origami inspired stickers literally unfold from the wall to reveal hidden functionality – pulling open a lamp shade operates a light, unfurling a gramophone triggers a radio and squeezing a perfume diffuser releases scent. A very innovative design solution to the problem of limited space without sacrificing on aesthetics.
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