Chris Woebken on Digital Money

January 2, 2011

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.

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