Bitponics: Where Urban Agriculture Meets The Internet Of Things. Linked by Michael Levenston. bitponic. Brooklyn start-up Bitponics makes urban farming a bit more convenient with its smart device and website that helps you ...
At Fjord, we work across domains like media, health care, retail, education, and banking, and the work always involves an element of “new.” A new platform or technology, a new business proposition, or new target users.
Christen Bouffard's insight:
There are lots of new innovations that are/will be changing our interaction with technology in the near future. (My understatement for te day)
We've shared quite a few DIY tips for automating your home, but YouTube user Elvis Impersonator takes it a step further with voice control, controlling everything in his house with the help of Siri and a Raspberry Pi.
A year ago, two MIT Media Lab graduates raised half a million dollars on Kickstarter to create Twine, a cigarette-pack-sized chunk of Internet magic that promised to turn any object in your home into a web-connected, interactive "smart product."...
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