MorphSensor: Designing for Interactive Objects
Oct 21, 2020
MIT researchers showcase MorphSensor, glasses that allow the user to digitally model an object's form and electronic function in the real world. This allows for a greater ability to design interactive objects as a physical product. Paper:
Footage by Ruowang Zhang of MIT
Category: Applied Research
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