When students use our printing kiosk station at school, they tend to unnecessarily press buttons while the job is being sent to the printer which in turn crashes the antiquated laptop which the program runs on. My practical solution - spend 10 hours designing a totally non-functional Tron-themed pop-up screen to discourage this activity. @2X for details or click the attachment to see the full message. sorry for blurriness - it was designed at 72dpi.
11 months ago
Insane. Love the wild amount of details.
Should I make bets on how long until revisions are made? :) Looks awesome!
This is amazing! Perfect!
@Timothy J. Reynolds @Cory Hughes
thanks y'all - @Emily Colburn you kidding me? I've embedded a self destruct feature in the file so if any n00bs try to revise it next year they will automatically be sent to games.
by Dan Lehman
After a nifty collaboration with Kevin Downs, I've got my super hi-fi rotating printer and inner-glowed the shit out of everything. Its 4 frames per second over 6 seconds. All graphics & type in InDesign, output from Photoshop obviously. Our last addition will be a dot-matrix printer sound that will play as the program prints your receipt. See the attachment for the 1920X1200 (scaled) screen view.
10 months ago
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