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#techtuesday: A washing machine that folds clothes, iPhone X and the tree that reads minds

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The tree that reads minds

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The leaves of an artificial tree at this year's Burning Man Festival in Nevada illuminated with “light flocks” in response to visitors' movements, heartbeats and brain activity. A team from New York, San Francisco and Amsterdam, led by artist Zachary Smith and including Dutch designers Studio Drift, created the Tree of Ténéré for the event, which took place in Nevada's Black Rock Desert last week. The project is named after an acacia tree that once grew 400 kilometres from any other tree in the

 

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