MIT Unveils Shapeshifting Furniture of the Future [VIDEO]
Apr 13, 2014 18:57
How would you like your couch to turn into something else? MIT's Tangible Media Group recently unveiled a shape shifting table that offers up what tomorrow's furniture would look like.
Dubbed "Transform", it is a tactile visual display and was prepared for the Lexus Design Amazing exhibition in Milan. It is composed of 1,000 square columns, each attached to a motor beneath the surface and changes its shape depending on how users interact with it or based on a pre-set animation. Watch how it transforms in the video below:
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