A Tactile Take on The Rubik's Cube

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 For the Museum of Modern Art's latest exhibition, Talk to Me, Konstantin Datz unveiled his take on the popular Rubik's Cube for an audience who can't see the original colors. Instead of six tones, the German artist used small white panels embossed with the Braille word for for each.

According to MoMA, the exhibition "explores this new terrain, featuring a variety of designs that enhance communicative possibilities and embody a new balance between technology and people, bringing technological breakthroughs up or down to a comfortable, understandable human scale." 

Read more about his cube here and his work on his official website.

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