The New York Times Wants to Put the News in Your Kitchen Table
Literally! The newspaper is experimenting with the possibilities of a tabletop screen
Megan Garber at Harvard University's Nieman Journalism Lab recently went to The New York Times's R&D Lab and came back with this video of the kitchen table of the future. Garber says, "It's based on Microsoft’s Surface technology, modified by the R&D Lab to create a Times-oriented user experience that reimagines the old 'around the breakfast table' reading of the paper." The technology looks amazing, but we're guessing the table's $15,000 price tag might turn some readers away.
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