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Shape-shifting tech will change work as we know it



Sean Follmer

TED Talks

Posted: Feb 16, 2016


What will the world look like when we move beyond the keyboard and mouse? Interaction designer Sean Follmer is building a future with machines that bring information to life under your fingers as you work with it. In this talk, check out prototypes for a 3D shape-shifting table, a phone that turns into a wristband, a deformable game controller and more that may change the way we live and work.


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