MIT labs have developed a furniture that can transform with a gesture.
Last year, MIT's Tangible Media Group unveiled the inform - a digital project that, by just sensing gestures could allow the user to interact with physical objects remotely, the Verge reported.
The new project Transform is a follow-up of the previous one with, which uses the inFORM concept to make transformable furniture.
The Transform table uses three 'Dynamic Shape Displays,' which collectively move 1,000 pins responding to gestures in real-time.
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