The Photostroller operates as a physical photo streaming device for the elderly.

The Interaction Research Studio at Goldsmiths, University of London, has created the Photostroller, a physical device that allows for images from the Internet to be gently scrolled through.

The Photostroller is an image slideshow device that allows you to drift through photographs from the internet. Much like daydreaming, the slideshow wanders through streams of images – some related and some more random.

Recognizing this activity as potentially therapeutic for elderly, the Goldsmiths team designed a handset that could be used by an older audience:

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