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fastcompany:
From the day he and his wife brought their son home five years ago, the family’s every movement and word was captured and tracked with a series of fisheye lenses in every room in their house. The purpose was to understand how we learn language, in context, through the words we hear.
Parents, don’t try this at home.

fastcompany:

From the day he and his wife brought their son home five years ago, the family’s every movement and word was captured and tracked with a series of fisheye lenses in every room in their house. The purpose was to understand how we learn language, in context, through the words we hear.

Parents, don’t try this at home.

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    Parents, don’t try this at home.
  7. bonbon56 reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    amazing
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    Wow, this is fascinating!
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    Oy. My main concern is that there is so much that is so gendered about life-logging (or any other intense...
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    Cool. But kind of creepy at the same time.
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