This exhibition has been divided in to the following sections:
Bill Moggridge, industrial designer and co-founder of IDEO, talks about the advent of interaction design.
The Robohand's creator talks about how the device works, plus a testimonial from a Robohand user.
A demonstration showing what the Modular Prosthetic Limb can do: controlled movements, small object manipulation, tool manipulation and clothes pin manipulation.
A demonstration of what the Leveraged Freedom Wheelchair can do, its key innovation, and a testimonial from one user in India.
A short demonstration showing how to collapse the STRiDA bike for easy transport and storage.
Promotional video for the Makey Makey, a device for user-friendly physical computing.
A Roomba's-eye view of the Carnegie Mansion after its grand re-opening in 2014.
Promotional video for the August Smart Lock, a keyless, smartphone-enabled home entry system.
Promotional video for the Nest Learning Thermostat, a smart device for home heating and cooling.
A screen capture showing how a necklace can be re-shaped using a digital user interface.
A video showing how the Sawdust Screen progressed from digital design to 3D-printed object.
A demonstration of the generatively-designed, 3D-printable skateboard.
A demonstration of the 3D-printed prosthetic leg.
A demonstration of the Ekso Bionic Suit in use by an otherwise wheelchair-bound person.
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Personal 3D printing technologies are moving design and manufacturing into the hands of users, allowing makers to create—and share—digital files for producing physical objects. Hacking, long...