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The Internet of Things 2010 Conference in Tokyo explored the interactions of humans with their built environment.
I magine you live in a house that communicates with you through an interface resembling the futuristic info-graphics in the science-fiction movie “Minority Report” — where actor Tom Cruise interacted with icons on an holographic touch screen. For example, a kitchen appliance, such as your fridge, displays a neat pie chart showing you’re running low on beer. As soon as you leave the house, the fridge orders more beer from an online store and gets it delivered before you return. This may not be the first scenario the organisers of the Internet of Things 2010 Conference had in mind. But it is a nice vision.

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Comments on: "A relationship with the city" (1)

  1. Cheryll Anderl said:

    Great information 🙂

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