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The Mozilla Seabird is an experiment in how users might interact with content as technology advances. On a flat surface, it enables netbook-quality interaction by projecting a keyboard interface designed to account for projector keystone distortion. With the benefit of a dock, each projector works independently and delivers laptop levels of efficiency with a larger keyboard and projection display. The form took its cues from aerodynamic, avian and decidedly feminine forms. Its erect posture intends a sense of poise while its supine conformity to the hand reconciles the users desire for digital control. Concept video at www.vimeo.com/16418904
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