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We should welcome our swarming robotic interfaces

If you think all interfaces are based on touchscreens, keyboards or mice, here's something to reshape your thinking.

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
We should welcome our swarming robotic interfaces

If you think all interfaces are based on touchscreens, keyboards or mice, here's something to reshape your thinking.

Zooids are a new concept from Stanford University around tiny robotic units that swarm together on a surface to do everything from represent information in graphical ways to nudge someone's phone toward them across a table.

So much unexplored potential out there, but a lot to be inspired by when you find it.

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