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Inspired by the phenomenon of the internethype and its wave-like existence which finds its birth in a small movement of a finger a conception of space called CLICKBOX was developed.  
 
Inspired by the phenomenon of the internethype and its wave-like existence which finds its birth in a small movement of a finger a conception of space called CLICKBOX was developed.  
 
This BOX is able to make the current CLICKS of the worldwide-web visible. This allows the recipient to get involved into the pulsating heart of the virtual and abstract network. The pulse of the worldwide-web becomes visible and forms a tangible environment that reflects on the human and organic structures that  (maybe)lie beyond the virtual space.
 
This BOX is able to make the current CLICKS of the worldwide-web visible. This allows the recipient to get involved into the pulsating heart of the virtual and abstract network. The pulse of the worldwide-web becomes visible and forms a tangible environment that reflects on the human and organic structures that  (maybe)lie beyond the virtual space.
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For more details, click here -> [[http://www.uni-weimar.de/medien/wiki/File:KLICKBOX_PICS.pdf]]

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If human became machines than certainly machines became human!

Inspired by the phenomenon of the internethype and its wave-like existence which finds its birth in a small movement of a finger a conception of space called CLICKBOX was developed. This BOX is able to make the current CLICKS of the worldwide-web visible. This allows the recipient to get involved into the pulsating heart of the virtual and abstract network. The pulse of the worldwide-web becomes visible and forms a tangible environment that reflects on the human and organic structures that (maybe)lie beyond the virtual space.

For more details, click here -> [[1]]