The 1964 Auto-Tutor Fit for Today's Workspace

The 1964 Auto-Tutor Fit for Today's Workspace

Sonia Zjawinski
Jan 12, 2010

How amazing is this desk? The Auto-Tutor, which was shown at New York's 1964 World's Fair, was made by U.S. Industries as a "teaching machine" that could teach workers how to use automated machines. According to a 1961 Popular Science article, the Auto-Tutor was being used by government, industrial, and educational labs.

Compared to the gray and drab cubicles found in so many offices worldwide, this workspace is so much more inspiring. Sure you don't have a ton of privacy, but shouldn't you be working rather than updating your Facebook anyway? via Rearranged Design

Image: The Official Souvenir Book of the 1964 New York World's Fai via Paleo-Future

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