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Technology Day 1997 - "Technology At Play: The World of Sports, Games and Toys"

MIT's 1997 Technology Day takes place on June 7, 1997 on the theme "Technology At Play: The World of Sports, Games and Toys." Speakers include Stephen C. Jacobsen ME ‘73, “On the Design and Manufacture of Some Interesting Machines;” Seymour A. Papert, “A New Look at Play as Child’s Work;” Edward F. Crawley ‘76, “Airplanes, Baseballs, and the Fun of Flight;” Woodie Flowers ME ‘73, “The Many Dimensions of Hard Fun.” [T3068]

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