Ahh. I confess: I have been going through an intoxicatingÂ TED overdose. First I got excited reading about the recently announcedÂ TED 2010 Fellows, whom I am tremendously eager to meet in a couple of months. Then, on Thursday, I got sent my first official TED Senior Fellow plane ticket. SÃ sÃ sÃ: Â February at Long Beach. Should be mind-blowing, once again…
And so, while a certain post-TED countdown and another pre-TED countdown occupy my head, I have been diving into the new videos: do take a look at the one above if you have not yet.
Says their website:
“Pranav Mistry is the MIT grad student behind Sixth Sense, a tool that connects the physical world with the world of data. He and his advisor at the MIT Media Lab, Pattie Maes, unveiled Sixth Sense at TED2009, and the Sixth Sense demo premiered yesterday on TED.com — and in both places, it has fired people’s imaginations.”
(You can also read a TED Q&A with Pranav.)
(And our dear Black, from the MIT Media Lab, if you are telekinetically present: would you care to comment about the Sixth Sense, as you did before? Unos meses mÃ¡s tarde, cÃ³mo se ve la cosa…)