Our lives have progressed from physical to digital. We’re no longer digital immigrants or natives, we’re now digital residents. Senic is building alternatives so that we can move away from screens and get back to what’s real— a new generation of user interfaces.
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October 16, 2014
People miss real things.
Our lives have progressed from physical to digital. Screens are the focal point of our times.
When was the last time you went to a library for research?
When was the last time you wrote a letter to a friend?
When was the last time you used a cassette?
We’re no longer digital immigrants or natives, we’re now digital residents.
“To me, technology is a necessary evil”.
People have developed a love-hate relationship with their computers and smartphones.
They love technology for the ability to learn, express and share yet hate it for it’s impact on health, relationships and feeling human.
Truth is, people love and miss the real world. Full of senses and real things. But what could we do? All we had were screens.
Now we can have better alternatives.
Senic designs and builds these alternatives — a new generation of user interfaces.
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