11.06.08 by Jeff

Fotomo!

Imagine Julian Beever and Peter Callesen built a robot that had an eye for photography… Presenting the incredible World of Fotomo by Kimio Itozaki. Itozaki creates little dioramas by shooting photos on the street from all different angles and then assembles the photos to recreate the perspective. The best part about his work is that he’s offering it up for free – you can actually print, cut-out, and build a Fotomo yourself!

Download and build your own Fotomo here:

http://www.olympus.co.jp/en/magazine/pursuit/feature_article/feb2007/fotomo_papercraft.zip

Read about his work here:

http://www.olympus.co.jp/en/magazine/pursuit/feature_article/feb2007/index.cfm













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • This is really awesome. Thanks for posting it.

  • glad you enjoyed it!

  • jacques

    so ridiculously cool. printing and trying right now haha.

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  • This is so very cool!

  • Mario Paixao

    Hi
    What must i do to obtain your fantastic serie of buildings?I think they are 8 buildings, 3 cars and the layout.I certainly have not enought money to pay, but i hope you can email it to me by free, because it is Christmas.
    Happy week end
    Mario





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