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Visualized: Art Lebedev Studio's Optimus Popularis

Visualized: Art Lebedev Studio's Optimus Popularis
Sean Cooper
Sean Cooper|@sean_cooper|January 10, 2013 8:32 AM

We've long been fans of the creative art / technology mashup, Art Lebedev Studio. Of course we've seen the Optimus Popularis come across our feeds many times but surprisingly this is the first time we've ever caught up to it in person. The idea here is that the keyboard can be reconfigured any way you wish because every key is a small display -- not unlike the Razor Blade. We need one of these badly but the $1000-ish price tag made us realize that unless a bank heist tops up the savings account this will still in the bucket list for now. Feel free to enjoy all those beautiful little keys in the gallery below.

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Visualized: Art Lebedev Studio's Optimus Popularis