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Connected devices can lead to greater sustainability. That’s one recurring theme in the New York Museum of Modern Art’s upcoming exhibit Talk to Me: Design and the Communication Between People and Objects.

Talk to Me Exhibit at the NY MOMA

Connected devices can lead to greater sustainability. That’s one recurring theme in the New York Museum of Modern Art’s upcoming exhibit Talk to Me: Design and the Communication Between People and Objects.

While the show opens on Sunday, we got a sneak preview this week, and snapped these pics of some of the more energy-focused and eco-minded projects. Like the BugPlug, a little alien life form that manages your devices’ electricity use, and the Tio, a light switch made by Onzo that teaches kids not to waste energy. The exhibit itself was wired, too, and every art piece had its own Twitter hashtag — if you want to chat about (or with?) the BugPlug, it’s #ttmbugplug

 

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