Designer José de la O has teamed up with technology firm Mirai Innovation to develop a way for people to manipulate the shape of a vase using only their thoughts.
Working alongside Japanese company Mirai Innovation, Studio José de la O designed an experiment that allows participants to manipulate a generic computer model of a vase using brain signals.
“The experiment toys with the idea that, in a near future, sophisticated digital interfaces could empower people who don’t need technical skills to design,” De la O explained.
“Learning a specific craft, a 3D software, or even sketching, could no longer be necessary to design and produce everyday objects.”
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