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#TechTuesday: Inefficient machines, air pollution ink and the Apple Keynote

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Human-powered inefficiency machines aim to stop us taking electricity for granted

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Royal College of Art graduate Meret Vollenweider has created an interactive installation of human-powered appliances in order to stop people taking electricity for granted. Vollenweider designed the “Inefficiency Machines” installation, which features three electronic devices that visitors must power by exaggerated body movements, with fellow graduate Wasabii Ng for the Information Experience Design masters programme. Visitors are invited to turn on a television by jumping up and down repeatedly on a trampoline, light up a bulb by pounding with

 

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