22 min

The Glove, the Display, and the Possible Future Design Tomorrow

    • Design

Is technology a means to an end — the ladder we climb to a future we want to inhabit because it's better for us than the present — or is it as far as we let our minds and hearts go? In this episode of Design Tomorrow, we'll connect a few stories about technology that didn't make it in order to better understand the technological path our culture is on...
Links
Split-flap displaysSaying Goodbye to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station's Iconic Flip BoardBERG's Pixel TrackBERG's archived home page
Music
All music used in this episode is independently produced and licensed by Design Tomorrow for non-commercial use.
Arbic Tallow, by Blue Dot SessionsFall Creek Unit, by r benyErvira, by Blue Dot SessionsKalsted, by Blue Dot SessionsArbinac, by Blue Dot SessionsLevanger, by Blue Dot Sessions
Credits
Design Tomorrow is produced by Chris Butler at the Tomorrow office in Durham, NC.
You can follow the show on Twitter @dsgntmrrw. You can visit the show's website at designtomorrow.co, and you can email me at chris @ designtomorrow.co.
Thanks for listening, and remember, what we do and think today can create a better tomorrow.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Is technology a means to an end — the ladder we climb to a future we want to inhabit because it's better for us than the present — or is it as far as we let our minds and hearts go? In this episode of Design Tomorrow, we'll connect a few stories about technology that didn't make it in order to better understand the technological path our culture is on...
Links
Split-flap displaysSaying Goodbye to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station's Iconic Flip BoardBERG's Pixel TrackBERG's archived home page
Music
All music used in this episode is independently produced and licensed by Design Tomorrow for non-commercial use.
Arbic Tallow, by Blue Dot SessionsFall Creek Unit, by r benyErvira, by Blue Dot SessionsKalsted, by Blue Dot SessionsArbinac, by Blue Dot SessionsLevanger, by Blue Dot Sessions
Credits
Design Tomorrow is produced by Chris Butler at the Tomorrow office in Durham, NC.
You can follow the show on Twitter @dsgntmrrw. You can visit the show's website at designtomorrow.co, and you can email me at chris @ designtomorrow.co.
Thanks for listening, and remember, what we do and think today can create a better tomorrow.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

22 min

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