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Paper filled with conductive particles will turn from an insulator to an electrically conductive material that can be used to build Hi-Tech devices as simply as scrapbooking artwork.

Understanding technologies has become a daily challenge since we spend so much time facing them. Don't we?

Yes we can get access to wonderful Hi-Tech today, But can we really understand and control a technology if we only use a part of it?

At Papier Logik we develop affordable and sustainable concepts and technologies along with user-friendly and educative on-line tools over creative commons distributions.

These should enable you to finally understand and make great use of your former lessons of physics and chemistry by applying these knowledge to your own personal projects and good will.

This experienced philosophy* has spread over the fields of education, research, hacking, design, craftmanship, start-ups, industries and other IT professionals all around the world.

We aim to acknowledge and contribute to existing open source and common shared hardware and software developments initiatives such as Drupal, Arduino or App Inventor that enabled this project potential and we hope our tools will especially serve these learning communitiesi.

PapierLogik also aims to promote specialty papers for improving our products life-cycle and our environmental impact while preserving and reinforce efficient technologies and industries that can ensure better ways of life at both local and global scales.

Make your own use of the tools and resources provided by the Papier Logik project ad spread the good use of this low-tech but proficient technology and help it spread world-wide through sustainable life-cycles.

However, if you believe that technology is like magic, please take good care, young Padawan:

"A great power implies great responsabilities!"

So before attempting to work blind and in order for you to avoid unwanted short-cuts and harmful overheat, please take some time to reconsider the basic knowledge and secuirity measures to work safely on your projects.

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