Hundreds, even thousands of designers create many projects on their computers every day, hoping that someday they will be able to bring at least one of them to life. Another example. We store a huge amount of digital photographs at home, again on a computer, and only print the most expensive and valuable ones. And even then in order to show to friends or put in a frame on the shelf. That is, we are constantly looking for ways to transfer the computer world to our real world of people. Is it always so necessary and appropriate? Designer Ingo Schmid took care of this problem.
He believes that at the moment people are overestimating the importance of the world of computers and the Internet. In an attempt to prove his point, he created an art installation called "Web is Nut Enough". The designer announced that this is the first real-time website. The "main page", in fact, is the only one, contains a menu consisting of four items.
There is also a news feed (which is unlikely to be updated), a guestbook, and a music on / off panel. The most interesting thing is that the designer even created a special giant cursor with which he plans to "manage" the site. To be honest, Ingo could be called crazy if not for … friends of the designer who fully support this idea. In order for the site to function, they are sometimes assembled to mimic the sound coming from the home page.
To do this, they use various musical instruments and play a very real, real sound. The installation, of course, does not really resemble a site, but here's an interesting idea.
Interestingly, the designer has a website that is quite real.