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Braun Lectron system

This is of particular interest to the ITD groups working on the Studiolab brief, but everybody might want to take a look at the Braun Lectron system as it will be featured in the Talk to Me exhibition (longer juicy article here). 

 

(picture grabbed without permission from the Talk to Me site)

Designed by the great Dieter Rams and Jurgen Greubel as an education tool for basic electronics. Every block contains an electronic component, and the blocks connect with magnets. The user was supposed to use the paper patterns as a guide. Of course, all analog electronics. Why don’t we have something like this today? Good looking and effective. 

 

 

 

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Wow, I like the looks of this, as well as how it uses a metal surface and uses magnets to connect to the surface, instead of having a strong block to block connection. I also like that the component is actually inside as well, visible if you flip the cube like http://bit.ly/93Pfur. Thanks!

In return, http://bit.ly/98pLJB is today’s TED talk about Stephen Wolfram about trying to make all information computational, transforming human utterances/questions into mathematics/scripting. So it computes specific answers to questions instead of accessing already information people written down before as in Wikipedia.

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