A person at home is browsing Target on his laptop. He is looking through different types of cups and mugs. The website is the same that we’re all used to, except you notice that instead of buying the actual cups, they all say that only blueprints are sold. The person selects the Creeper Octopus Mug, then clicks the “quick purchase & download” button. He goes to another part of his living room, where his 3D printer is sitting. There’s a warning indicator blinking red that tells him it is low on printing material. He goes to the kitchen and picks out some (precut) plastic scraps from his recycling bin and goes back to the printer. He puts these pieces into the back chamber and hits a button, making the printer start to make noises. -fadeout/in- The red light turns green and the person comes back and hits print, then walks away. Later, the printer makes a confirmation sound, and the person comes back and opens the chamber door, taking out his new mug. He rinses it out in the sink, then fills it with water and goes back to his laptop. He takes a drink from the cup, then sets it down and goes back to work.
Make false Target websitehttp://stephanylai.wix.com/designfiction
- Modify microwave to look like 3D printer
- Figure out how to make indicating lights on printer
- Cut up pieces of recyclable plastic
- Shoot video
- Edit clips to make video
- Add music