Quote: Students of Design Interactions Chris Woebken and Kenichi Okada, in collaboration with MBA students from the Oxford Said Business-school, have been developing a series of sensory enhancements toys for children to experience "animal superpowers." Each prototype allows the kid to change perspective or feel empathy with animals.They have made three devices;
- Ant - see the ground as an ant does.
- Bird - sense of magnetic fields around you.
- Giraffe - that's is more like being an adult as it makes the users tall and changes their voice.
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