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Papyrus from Jeongsuk Park Shows You Historical Sites in Their Prime

 - Jun 23, 2011
References: yankodesign
Field trips would undoubtedly be a lot more fun if every kid on them was issued a Papyrus. Papyrus is a conceptual device that lets you see into the past when you are at a historical site.

Papyrus was created by Jeongsuk Park, a designer who must have felt like I did; that history field trips were interesting, but not captivating. Papyrus makes crumbling buildings and plots of dirt captivating by showing you what they used to look like in all of their former glory, in real-time. The coolest feature of Papyrus from Jeongsuk Park has to be its built-in camera, which can actually take a photo of you next to the digitally restored monument or building you've been dragged to see.