Notebook: Confuse The Reality

Submitted by: Negative_One 8 years ago in

Dutch artist Evelien Lohbeck shows us we can do a lot with a paper notebook.
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Male 31
every artists dream thier drawing to come to life
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Male 204
Meh. Tis merely the future. Digital ink is within a few years of being able to play video and is between five and fifteen years from being printable on a piece of silicone paper roughly the thickness of 20# card-stock. They can already embed circuits and heating elements into something thinner than that. Throw in touch sensitivity currently available, and presto! you can write and draw on a sheet of "paper" like normal.

I`ve seen the prototypes. You could have a genuine sketchbook, with each sheet a different drawing or note, digital ink can be non-volatile and fades less than pencil.

Still, even the engineers involved say there`s no substitute for good old bio-fiber paper and graphite.

Video is awesome though.

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Female 408
Very Nice
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Female 1,963
Wow that was awesome.
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Female 1,260
Amazing, so talented. Great to see such imagination too. Wish that kind of notebook really existed tho...
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Female 203
I wish i could have that notebook! This is a really good idea, it`s a shame that so many people forget how to be creative without the internet.
I keep all of my best memories and drawings in diaries, it`s great to flick through them and see all the scribbles and mistakes!
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Female 1,148
I liked the mirror one. That was cool.
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Male 54
Mwhahahahah Me = Awesome because i`m Dutch and I went to the same school as her :D
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Male 690
Lol She`s awesome!
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Male 6
Epic.
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Male 37
That`s amazing. There had to be some serious editing put into that.

Very well done, though.

The guitar bit was amazing. But it had one too few strings... XD

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Male 3,915
well that is so unrealistic....cheese on toast?....as if...
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Male 549
whoa that was sweet..
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Female 20
That is undoubtedly the coolest thing I have ever seen on IAB
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Male 40
yeah, I also noticed her system clock is broken >.>
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Male 381
this was really great- but did anyone else try to slide the slider back to replay the video of her drawing the guitar? just me?

ok.

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Male 165
why use a knife and fork for cheese on toast??

gd video though

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Male 108
I don`t think that is real. The arrow moved before she touched the touchpad. I call fake.
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Male 1,129
ok im way to drunk for this
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Male 928
Holy poo, I drank or ate or smoked some poison poo and I think this poo is magic. Crazy voodoo notebook that`s such a minddrat. drat.
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Male 3,842
Four Stars - this is an amazingly brilliant work of art. I am going to actually search for her on YouTube to see if she has any other works like this.
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Male 83
haha really well done. at 3:42 though you can see that the hole was drawn on the wrong side of the slice of cheese. sorry...i wasnt looking for mistakes. i just happened to notice
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Male 670
Did anyone else notice it was 1:20 for five minutes?

P.S. Youtube should look like that. That would be amazing.

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Male 154
Did anyone else try clicking inside the video window on the youtube slider to fast forward the video?
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Male 2,855
woah, that book toaster was really fast
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Male 2,582
She`s extremely creative.
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Female 227
I love her notebook!
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Male 4,290
More than that, opie: It was a video of a notebook playing videos of notebooks.
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Male 452
"How convenient that he provided the White Stripes` only great song."

Please, never speak again...

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Female 410
Why does this only have a 3.8? The creative and technical genius behind this, plus the time it took... I want to know the people who gave this a 2 so I can see what wonders they have brought the world.
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Female 104
Very cool. I wish my notebook did that though :(
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Male 436
Why didn`t the address bar change...? :(
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Female 15,763
I`m watching a video of a notebook playing videos...

o_O

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Male 633
Open faced sandwiches is a Dutch thing and they like to use knives and forks, makes it a little more civilized.
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Female 267
Well done!!
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Female 382
who cuts their toast? Nonetheless, very cool
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Male 432
How convenient that he provided the White Stripes` only great song. :-P
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Male 864
I totally forgot about that first video! I`m gonna go watch it now.
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Female 4,028
That was amazing! :-D :-O
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Male 4
I call shenanigans.

It`s impractical to eat toast with a fork and knife


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But seriously, sweet jeeze that was cool.

And her`s her real (not paper) youtube page!
http://www.youtube.com/user/evelienlohbeck

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Male 63
That notebook could be a really good plot element in a movie or something.

Some deus ex machina.

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Male 1,894
mine has more memory, and a higher screen resolution.
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Male 2,388
the clock never changes
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Female 395
i wish i were this creative.
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Male 338
thats really cool.
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Female 767
Um. That was damn cool. (:
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Female 250
Very cool. But just a quick question who eats toast with a fork? Besides her.
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Male 844
wow, thats amazing. there are hardly any jumps in the video like when he switches the PC on for example
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Male 2,582
Link: Notebook: Confuse The Reality [Rate Link] - Dutch artist Evelien Lohbeck shows us we can do a lot with a paper notebook.
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