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MIT Design Lab, responsible for the creation of gestural interaction programs now used in Xbox Kinect and Wii, is moving forward with an even greater physical interface, the inFORM. Tangible Media Group has broken away from the screen with programmable matter—matter that is capable of transforming itself physically to be whatever you want it to be, like a reinvented version of the Pinscreen desktop toy. What’s so groundbreaking is that two people can interact physically from two remote locations, and it can bring 3D models to life, allowing real-time transformations—just check out the video. If it follows in the footsteps of gestural interaction, we can expect to see the advanced programming behind inForm to hit consumer products over the next decade.