What is real?
It may sound like a rhetorical question, but asking "what is real?" is becoming more and more a practical inquiry into the nature of our everyday experience. In this episode of Design Tomorrow, we'll imagine a future — not too far off — where the lines between real and something else will be so blurry that we'll probably need a whole new category of technology to help us bring them back into focus...
Cathedral Redwoods, by r beny
Hallon, by Christian Bjoerklund
Novation Peak Ambient, by r beny
Oella, by r beny
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