Chris Woebken on Digital Money

From the New York QS Show&Tell meetup groupChris Woebken talks about his experiments in designing interactions to enhance our relationship with digital money. He asks the question, how can money be measured – in minutes, in sound, or in touch through electromagnetic gloves? Watch the video below to see Chris’ ideas for new form factors, from money wands to ways of incorporating audio feedback as you spend.

Chris Woebken – Digital Money from Steve Dean on Vimeo.

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  2. Matthew Cornell says:

    Money is interesting because it’s a key to exchanges of value. And what we find valuable can give us insights into our patterns and motivations. I’d love to extend tracking to sharing of ideas. What if we had RFID for memes?

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