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David Merrill e os Siftables, os blocos que conseguem pensar

TED2009 · 7:09 · Filmed Feb 2009
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O estudante do MIT, David Merrill, demonstra os Siftables - blocos computadorizados do tamanho de uma bolacha, que você pode manejar e programar com as mãos. Estes futuros brinquedos podem fazer contas, tocar música e conversar com os seus amigos também. Será esta a nova forma de aprender com as mãos?

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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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