Isn’t it weird thinking about how the world will probably be paperless someday? Of course, that will take a few hundred years or so, but what I am saying is that if we are to sustain our quality of living on this planet, we pretty much need to cut down on our usage of paper altogether. I guess that is why so many technology companies are trying to come up with the ultimate paper replacement. I have no idea what that will be, but if I could guess, I would say that it will have to do with something that you could use over and over again. Maybe it will be some sort of sheet which we could write, draw or print whatever we want on and then just clean it with an electrical charge or something.
Maybe one day we won’t even have papercraft at all in the world, and instead, we’ll have some sort of odd electronic sheetcraft. That wouldn’t be much fun at all, would it? I mean, take the papercraft mastermind Taras Lesko for example. He wouldn’t have been able to create the awesome 7-foot tall Gundam papercraft robot if there was no paper around. We could potentially have been fooled out of a lot of awesome creativity if we lived in a paperless world.
Just have a look at this creation. It’s everything you could ever imagine from papercraft, isn’t it? It is 7-foot tall for God sake. Just making one of these must have taken a year if not more. As if that wasn’t enough, it took about 720 sheets of paper just to make the darn thing. It’s beyond impressive, and I guess unless you can see it in real life, you don’t really know how meticulously detailed this Gundam papercraft bot is. I am totally at a loss for words! Props!