David Merrill:
David Merrill demonstriert Siftables, die denkenden Bauklötze

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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?

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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