Industrial designer Barton Smith's Stream modular computing concept isn't especially new - though we're still yet to see truly modular PCs as he envisages - but what we he hasn't shown us until now is the Locus OS that would run on it. Designed, Barton Smith says, prior to webOS, Android and iPhone OS 3.0, Locus OS is an activity-based platform which organizes widgetized desktops around locations (such as the kitchen or office) and activities (such as travel), flicking between them based on GPS and WiFi mapping. What we like about it, though, is just how clean, slick and natural the whole thing looks.
Video demo after the cut
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