Not What We Meant When We Said “Go Play Outside”

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This is the “Ant” model of a series of devices created by Chris Woebken and Kenichi Okada that aims to (somehow) simulate what it’s like to be an ant for a tiny kid. Mostly I just like the picture.

Work in Progress at the Royal College of Art [Dezeen]

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2 Responses to Not What We Meant When We Said “Go Play Outside”

  1. Benjamin says:

    This picture needs a ‘FAIL.’ caption.

  2. monopole says:

    This is the greatest toy evar!!! Every child in the country needs one especially when out in public or on an airline. Please tell me that they are soundproof.

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