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Dtoid forumite loves herself some Nintendo

2007-04-17 20:20:00  ยท  Anthony Burch
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Virutalgirl, a member of our very own Destructoid Forums, recently posted the results of a long-term timeline project for her graphic design class. The assignment? To create a three-dimensional display that chronicles the timeline of something in popular culture.

Because Virtualgirl is effing awesome, she chose Nintendo. The results of her considerable labors (over fifty hours and $250) can be viewed after the jump.


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According to Virtualgirl, the exact assignment description reads:

“Design a 2 and 3-dimensional display that chronicles the history of a people, product, event or place (some examples: Irish Migration in the 19th Century; Portable Sound: from the Transistor Radio to the MP3; etc.). This project will involve some ‘lite’ research (I should have read this again before I started…). This project will have height, width and depth, and the viewer will not have a fixed relationship with the display. Find a way to arrange the graphics so the viewer understands the story and the sequence of events."

What resulted was a fantastically professional-looking DVD display stand with timeline information smothered all over it. This thing is basically a mobile orgy of Nintendo information (the best kind of orgy there is). As always, you can hit the forums and compliment her work, or just hit the comments. 

 

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