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Aside – Siftables (TED)

Posted by Preston on 2009-06-20

Far too infrequently I remember to visit TED. One of my favourite technology related talks on the site however is one where Siftables are demonstrated. These are micro computers, shaped like blocks that children play with, but with the potential to be incredibly useful for a large variety of functions. If you’ve not seen the video, I’d recommend you allocate the 7 minutes or so required to watch it and be amazed. You can find it here.

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