Project Tofino – Supporting the web application

One way to go about it (designing a browser that isn’t a browser) could be to make it fit one web application per window. Then Project Tofino could focus on supporting one purpose at a time, instead of catering for the whole Internet all the time, in a very generic way. Maybe a combination of … Continue reading Project Tofino – Supporting the web application

Project Tofino – One step closer to your online life

I'm taking a little interest in Project Tofino these days, and they're trying to take a fresh look at the browser and designing a browser that isn’t a browser. Or, more precisely, trying to think how a browser would work and look if you didn't have all those years of document reader history. A browser is … Continue reading Project Tofino – One step closer to your online life

Testing mylar as new lining material

Dead set on getting a new prototype finished in a month or two. Silicone rubber seems not very likely to work, it sags to much, and not sure if I'm able to get the origami-look with that material. I need something a bit more rigid. Earlier attempts failed because of nice looking but crappy materials. … Continue reading Testing mylar as new lining material

Two material tests for a new purse lining

I've had a couple of failures when it comes to the purse lining. First I tried sewing, but with a semi rigid material, that didn't work well. Then I found out the material I was testing didn't take folding all that well. For a origami look, that's not good.  Formulor.de is the same type of … Continue reading Two material tests for a new purse lining

Creating with RazorLAB: From idea to laser-cut parts

I've used different, local Norwegian companies to create my parts before. Laser cutting acrylic and stainless steel, acrylic sheet bending and water jet aluminum cutting. So why is RazorLAB such a big step forward? Latest parts delivered from RazorLAB. They explain up-front what you need to do. Limitations, examples, howto's, templates, etc. (links). No email … Continue reading Creating with RazorLAB: From idea to laser-cut parts