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The electric wallpaper that connects appliances by conductive ink

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Lines of conductive ink thread between the protruding speakers and light boxes that form this interactive wall display, designed by furniture brand UM Project and wallpaper company Flavor Paper. The idea of the project was to combine sounds, lights and motions in a decorative and playful display titled Connect, which they showcased at this year's Collective Design Fair in New York. The designers intended the display to create a unified system between the wallpaper tiles and the speakers, lighting

 

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