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David Merrill demonstriert Siftables, die denkenden Bauklötze

TED2009 · 7:09 · Filmed Feb 2009
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MIT-Student David Merrill demonstriert Siftables - Keks-große, computergesteuerte Kacheln, die man mit den Händen stapeln und mischen kann. Dieses Zukunfts-Spielzeug beherrscht Mathematik, spielt Musik und kommuniziert auch mit seinen Freunden. Ist dies die Neuheit des spielerischen Lernens?

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MIT grad student
David Merrill works on Siftables, tiny computer blocks that interact with each other to make networks (and music). Full bio

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