Like some sort of hellish oracle that evokes Minority Report by way of Hasbro, the art installation T,E.D. (Transformations, Emotional Deconstruction) corrals the inchoate hive mind of the internet and uses eighty yammering ursine dolls as a mouthpiece.
In the late 1970's, the toy industry embraced technology as never before and contributed to the children of the 70's and 80's becoming a tech-savvy, science- (and science-fiction-) loving populace. Do you remember your first microchip?
The 2-XL was an interactive educational robot (by interactive, we mean it had four buttons: question, yes/true, no/false, and "more info) from the late '70s that used different 8-track tapes for its different functions. Basically, it was just a talking 8-track deck, and the four buttons just selected different tracks.