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What is this?

Flexible, transluscent brown resin collar-like form with upright projections on left and right sides, one with small yellow vertical bar at eye level representing a retinal scanning computer display, the other an ear piece; front projection with small circular microphone; pendant-like lower section with five blue discs representing computer trackball and four touch keys to activate computer software.

This is a model from United States. It is dated 1993 and we acquired it in 1994. Gift of Goldstar Co., Ltd..

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Its medium is

resin, plastic, metal, glass

Its dimensions are

H x W x D: 29.2 h x 26.7 w x 25.4 d cm (11 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 10 in.)

This object was designed by Lisa Krohn

This object was agent: Melanie Joh and donated by Goldstar Co., Ltd.

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