The Disappearing Interface

The Disappearing Interface

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New Where static computer screens and smartphones suck in our gaze and extract us from the world around us, many of the most interesting new tech gadgets and ideas move us back out into the open. A blind beta tester of Le Chal navigates an open space via vibrating insoles. Instead...
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