The cross-section of physics, engineering and entrepreneurship have led to some of the greatest technological innovations. From the light bulb, to the airplane, to the smart watch, these creations can give us a sense of wonder and amazement. Joining us is one engineer, Jessica Banks, who is trying to elicit that same excitement with what she calls kinetic furniture.
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Furniture Turned High Tech
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