Tweet What You Eat with the Delen Memory Table by David Franklin


Tue, Oct 25th, 2011 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

Website Design Milk has this piece on the Delen Memory table, a conceptual dining and work table with an attached camera. From the article:

By exploring the potential for relationships between contemporary furniture and technology, David Franklin created this contemporary piece that interacts with you as you work or eat. The camera is programmed and controlled wirelessly to take pictures at predetermined times or at specified intervals over a duration. The resulting pictures are sent back to a computer and can be programmed to upload automatically to the user?s desired social networking site. Tweet while you eat!

The table was designed by David Franklin, a graduate of the MA Product Design course at Birmingham City University.



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