Japanese Museum’s “Co-Draw” interface

Japanese Museum’s “Co-Draw” interface design looks frustrating for adults, but a good way to keep the kids busy

Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation has developed this “Co-Draw” exhibit, whereby people draw on a large surface with a light pen and computers begin manipulating the drawing. It’s a far cry from the functionality of the IloveSketching video we showed you yesterday, but perhaps in ten years or whenever we have interface design down to a science we’ll look back on steps like this, say they were somehow necessary and laugh.

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