I swim, therefore I am

Garrison, Ann; Littman, Dan
July 1992
Macworld;Jul1992, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p131
Discusses a program going on at Honolulu's Earthtrust, featuring dolphins touching their rostrums against an underwater touch screen connected to a Mac II, enabling them to control lights, water showers and to dump toys into the water. Provides Earthtrust's telephone number for more information.


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