Introduction: POP UP Parsons Paris Card
For the final i want to make a pop up greeting card with light and music. For the topic of this greeting card i choose parsons paris. For the past three month i been live and study at a different country for parsons paris. And it had gave me lots of great memories. I want to use these little memories and happiness in my life as elements for this greeting card. So when people see it, it is not only a card but also like a book with light and music that can telling the stories of my life .
To make my project i will use the technologies I learn from our class include: Epaper And Origami for the light , Etextile And Soft Sensors for the music, Textilo for the light and music, switches & Simple Circuit for the turn on and off. To use these technologies i will need the flowing materials: 1 Epaper and small lights led lights. 2 Different kinds of paper for card design and pop up part. 3 Battery 4 wires Coated paper Jammed paper Kraft Paper, 5 3d Printing 6 PCB circuit board 7 iron and heater
Step 1: Design the Shape of the Card and Draw It on a Jammed Paper, Then Cut Them Off.
Step 2: Assembled Them Together
Step 3: Design Images About the Places I Love in Paris and the Memories I Had About Parsons Paris. Then Print It Out. Cut It Off.
Step 4: Sticked It on the Card
Step 5: Make Sure the Pop Up Works Like a Window
How it looks on the first page
How it looks on the second page
Add lights up and the fourth page is gonna be a pop up of parsons paris.
Step 6: Printed Out the Eiffel Tower Stamp and Stick It on the Fourth Page.
Step 7: Cut Two Slits , Put the Fourth Page and Cloud on the Card.
Step 8: Add Lights On. Cut the Lights Leg to Right Size and Using Epaper to Make Lines for + -.
Step 9: Make Sure All the Lights Work, and Use Epaper to Make Wires.
Step 10: Connect the Wires to the Battery. Also Hide All the Wires to the Back of the Card
Step 11: Welding Everything and Make Sure the Connections Are Strong.
Step 12: Test Again, Make Sure All the Lights Work Well. Then We Are Done.
We have a be nice policy.
Please be positive and constructive.