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The U.S. is under quarantine. Can technology help us reach out and touch our loved ones?

18 Mar 2020

Tangible interfaces were the hottest idea in experimental UI. As we’re all holed up working from home, it’s time to revisit it.

“Watching the world through a computer screen is agonizing,” Medium editor Sarah Kessler recently wrote  about working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Having worked from home for the past 15 years, I know exactly what she means. The screen world is its own place: A world filled with a constant onslaught of too much bad news, too many work demands, and an ever-dwindling number of friends who are willing to hear me complain about it. Even on a great day, the pixels are a poor simulacrum for real life—for actually tasting a great meal instead of looking at one on Instagram, or laughing with friends on a couch instead of through emoji.


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