Intel Research at Berkeley: Objects of Wonderment

March 29th, 2007 |
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Part if Intel’s research involves investigations into things that may never become products but will help guide the creation of them. Hullabaloo is a case in point. It seems like an installation one might find at MOMA, but it’s actually part of the Lab’s Objects of Wonderment Toolkit. Researcher Eric Paulos explains that devices like cell phones could allow people to interact in different ways. PodTech’s Jason Lopez recorded this podcast.

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