Physical Computing

Learning tool of the future? by Student
September 25, 2009, 3:40 pm
Filed under: Labs

This is a really cool product presented at TED by MIT grad student David Merrill in february this year. The product is a kind of high tech, interactive computers, stuffed into small blocks with a screen on top. These little blocks, called Siftables, can be used in alot of really cool ways, by moving them around and put them together. You can use the to do math, play songs, blend paint – just anything it seems. They might really be a toy or learning aid of the future, check them out!

David Merrill on TED

/ Henrik Andersson


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