Good things come in small packages, so don't be fooled by our size. Curioo (cu·ri·oo : A rare, unusual, or intriguing object) is a wooden toy company based in the heart of Coventry.
Toys are a vital element of any childhood, therefore Curioo designs and builds heirloom-quality wooden toys. We invoke curiosity through educational and entertaining toys and games which are beautifully simple and timeless that will get better with generations of imaginative play and enjoyment. We are in the business of handing down childhood memories. When you give a child a toy, you give them a tool to help them make sense of their world. Some of a child’s earliest memories will be about the toys they played with. That’s why we build toys that can last generations to teach, inspire and stimulate both physical skills and help develop creative imaginations.
A Monitor You Can Reach Into And Touch The Interface
SpaceTop, developed at MIT Media Lab by Jinha Lee (who you know from this and this) with Alex Olwal, Hiroshi Ishii, Cati Boulanger. It’s a transparent monitor that tracks your bare hands through Kinect, then enables you to manually grasp windows and other objects to manipulate them.
That unto itself is pretty neat, but in its latest update, the project has a fantastic new trick. Watch the video closely, and you’ll see that underneath each window a drop shadow is formed. These drop shadows are actually makeshift trackpads, enabling a user to manipulate an object in 3-D space one moment, then rest their hands on the table and scroll around content the next.
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How does one do this..... Portray an accurate depiction of one self in a little box. The idea is kinda absurd. Anyone that could is far from telling the truth... nevermind. I'll start off by saying i'm CEO and Founder of Curioo Ltd, I believe in impossible ideals... and strive for greatness.