Water Monitor and Modular Product Kit: Droppler
Nascent Objects, the platform for creating 3D-printed gadgets with swappable modular components, finally has its first full...
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Wi-Fi Dectecting Wearable: Hertzian Armor
Only a few years ago, Wi-Fi network were like tiny, scattered pools of connectivity separated by vast...
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Connecting Light
Created by the design collective YesYesNo and iDigi "Connecting Light" is an art installation installed alongside Hadrian’s...
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Grove-Compatible IoT Development Kit: Wio Link
Between steadily dropping hardware costs and increasing ease-of-use, developing for the Internet of Things seems to get...
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Social Media Flowerpot: The Selfie Plant
We’ve covered a lot of smart gardening products over the years, including flowerpots that can take care...
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Lapka - Personal Environment Monitor
A new iPhone app-accessory combo can test organic food for radiation, humidity and even electromagnetism. While expensive...
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Sensor-Packed Smart Home Hub: Matrix
Just a couple of years ago, the idea of a “smart home system” was synonymous with half...
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U.K. Innovation Center: Future Cities Catapult
In 2013, the U.K. government launched a series of Catapult Centres — independent, non-profit collaborations between the...
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Wireless Sensor Tags Helps You Keep Track of Everything
When you're having a difficult time finding a specific folder or file on your computer, you simply...
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Home Wi-Fi Mesh: Luma
What do a Wi-Fi network and a starfish have in common? Soon, the answer could be “nothing”...
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Connected Family Interaction: The Ritual Machines
Technology has made it easier than ever for family members to stay connected even when physically apart,...
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SmartThings: Turn any Home into a Smart Home
Sure you've heard of iPhone apps that can automate and control certain things, like turning the lights...
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Raspberry Pi Hardware Kit: Tingbot
A lot of the most fun and creative uses for the technologies of the Internet of Things...
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Remote Care Design Fiction: Uninvited Guests
Uninvited Guests is the latest design fiction project commissioned by the interdisciplinary research group ThingTank. Created by...
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TshirtOS: Tweets on a T-Shirt
Social media could soon be the hottest fashion trend. The latest...
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Waste Collection Sensors: Compology
Some futurists might see today’s shiniest Internet of Things technologies as indistinguishable from garbage, but for IoT...
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Machine Learning Design Fiction: Teacher of Algorithms
Teacher of Algorithms is the latest design fiction project from Simone Rebaudengo, who is quickly becoming the...
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#CPHsignals: Linking neighborhoods through SignalLamps
#CPHsignals is an art installation in Copenhagen that uses a combination of old maritime SignalLamps, Morse code,...
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Festival & Convention Wearable: Sendrato
Sendrato (warning: autoplay video halfway down page), an international company based in Amsterdam, makes wireless wristbands that...
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Crowdsourced Visual Sensing: Zensors
The Internet of Things is practically littered with sensors—small, purpose-built devices that are exceptionally good at detecting...
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Google's Web Lab
Google's Web Lab is a year long exhibition being shown in the basement of the London's Museum...
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BeeLine’s “fuzzy navigation” biking gadget is all about the journey
London-based BeeLine, a minimalist navigation device for urban bikers, seems plucked straight from the design fictions of...
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Autonomous Connected Product Marketplaces: ADEPT
IBM recently published a pair of white papers about ADEPT, a proof-of-concept demonstration of a decentralized network...
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Ubi - Home voice-controlled computing
Ubi is a voice-activated computer that plugs into a standard wall outlet and uses its microphone and...
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