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Documentary about OLPC Designer Yves Behar

SBS television recently screened a documentary about Yves Behar, the person behind the distinctive industrial design of the OLPC XO laptop. It’s a fascinating insight into the mind and influences behind one of the most influential designers around. The documentary was originally aired in November 2008, so it is a little dated. For example, Yves talks about the “XOXO” XO-2, which has since been replaced with the XO-3. Nevertheless, it is well worth watching.
You can view the full version at the SBS Web site. The section on OLPC starts at 14:48.

via Sridhar's blog.

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Anonymous says: Angella March 30, 2011 at 12 am