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The installation is being donated

to the local children’s museum in Austin, where it will stay in use and allow for further human exploration and iteration.

Overall, this was an incredibly thought-provoking session that brought home the gravitas of technology’s impact

not only on improving health and the human condition, but on what it means to be human.

Thanks for reading. Look for my next installation which reviews

AI and Machine Learning, AR and VR and the collaboration

required to hack health!

Leslie Taylor

Global Chief Digital Officer

My pictures (and video) does not do this justice. By touching the fabric you control both the sound and visual display, deepening colors, drawing fish that move singly or in schools.

It was both playful and inspiring and made even more meaningful when considering the

benefit to children with autism.

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