Thursday, October 23, 2008
"ZUSE speaks a simple digital language. It engages its optical sensor to recognize bread and thereon activates the digitalization process of the toast. ZUSE doesn’t see itself merely as a compact toasting device but more like a print-maker of the traditional kind. Inspired by the early matrix printers, it now engages in burning black & white pictures with 12 by 12 pixel resolution into the toast by diligently marking line by line. With its candid intention of providing happiness to its owner ZUSE can randomly draw from its repertoire of images encoded in its memory chip. ZUSE custom-toasts for a fresh start of the day."
Thank you for visiting Haute Design, by Sarah Klassen
Labels: graphic design