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As we design and develop new technologies, we must not forget that machines can and should be as human as the ones interacting with them. A Machine That Listens, is an interactive art piece that, rather than taking the form of an intimidating supercomputer, looks and behaves like a child learning a new language. This simple yet playful “machine” receives audio input from an audience through a built-in microphone and displays what it hears in both text and visuals found from the internet.
See Purin’s other work
See project in Instructables