"The Starry Sea table by designer Alexandre Chapelin appears like a cross-section of the Caribbean Sea by day which magically metamorphoses into a starry sky in your living room at night."
This seems like an artistic alternative to smart objects, a table that changes its appearance through wifi to reflect time or mood (the contrast of day and night). How might we best design objects that are flexible to change how we interact with our atmosphere. What if these objects changed to emotional stress? Would that be unnerving or soothing? As if your habitat was your therapist?