BrAInfu is a GPS device that contemplates a future where use doesn't mean dependency

Conceived by 23-year-old designer Sara Vrbinc as a thesis for her visual communication studies at Aalto University, Helsinki, brAInfu might look like an ordinary pair of marbles, but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth.

“Imagine two small marbles in your hand. One shows where you are right now, and the other marks the location of where you want to go. They would accurately roll regarding the direction you are facing, and through the movement give you hints, to make your way there easier.”

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