For Those Who Don’t Have Tomorrow is a vintage telephone installation that allows people to leave messages for their loved ones. Many people deal with losing loved ones and feel that there is no tomorrow without them. The project is designed to use an Arduino inside a 3D printed vintage telephone to listen and respond to someone’s personal story. Eunjung Kim based this project on her personal story, combining an 80s style public telephone from Seoul with an object, cherry blossoms, that reminds her of her grandfather. For Those Who Don’t Have Tomorrow delivers a powerful story for those suffering from loss and creates connections between people who can’t imagine tomorrow.
empathy; telephone; connection; memory; sense of loss; 3d printing
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