and the kids ask, 'why are we printing photos?'
Feel like this sort of idea is rapidly lost on ppl in society. I mean, it's like those old CD-ROM/floppy comparisons -- "This new disc can hold 4000 britannicas or 2 billion lines of text!"
We live in a media/content/digital saturated world where something like 90% of the world's data has been produced in only the last few years!
Reminds me of http://www.distancetomars.com/
Also reminded me of this a bit http://lostworldsfairs.com/atlantis/
(btw, high five for the avatar!)
"high fives" :)
This is great!
printed them off on what?
I'm guessing paper? or maybe polaroids? That would make more sense and be thicker
ha, was only playing devil's advocate - polaroids would obviously be like 3/4 times thicker than regular paper, and at that scale you're talking massive distances
sh*t i didn't notice haha! It be interesting to see how much difference it would make compared to normal paper.