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Joto is a robotic whiteboard that can draw your tweets and Slack messages in real life

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A design studio called Those is making a smart whiteboard that it calls “the first connected display that draws with a pen.” It’s named Joto, and it’s one part internet-enabled whiteboard, one part art display, and one part nostalgic throwback to a physical medium. It’s an eclectic mix of ideas, and it ends up resulting in a lot of wildly different imagined use cases for the device.
via The Verge

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