Design and The Elastic Mind

Way too much to discuss in one post regarding this amazing exhibit at MOMA in NY. After taking an hour or so to go through it last week, it was great to see their amazing website basically emulates the whole experience - tons of interactive demos with pictures and video. A must see for programmers, nanotechnologists (i don't think that's a word), interactive designers, artists, neuroenthusiasts, medical practitioners, musicians, etc. The future is coming fast and it's sort of freaking me out.

More on this soon...

(Incidentally, if you watch the video below, check out the part about the "afterlife" project - it will make you squirm a little. It's an intriguing idea in principle, but the execution is a bit creepy...)

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