First, here's the robo-stylings of Eric Singer, a musician and founder of both The League of Electronic Music Urban Robots (LEMUR) and The Madagascar Institute, a Brooklyn-based collaborative arts project.
Joindre l’utile à l’agréable, c’est exactement ce qu’a voulu faire Nathan Brunstein avec son concept Jamy Toaster. L’objet en question est un grille-pain connecté capable d’imprimer la météo sur une tranche de pain.
Paris Stephane's insight:
A quand son agenda et ses prochains rendez-vous de la journée sur sa tartine, histoire de mêler l'utile à l'agréable.
Estimates vary about the number of connected devices there will be as the internet of things shapes up – a recent Gartner estimate was 26 billion by 2020 — but everyone agrees there will be a ton.
The numbers are staggering even when it comes to personal electronic devices like smartphones, tablets and game consoles. Just five years ago, U.S. households averaged just one web-connected device, now the average is 5 or 6, according to Deepfield CEO Craig Labovitz, whose company keeps track of the traffic flying around the web. But the really mind-blowing numbers are for the other devices — those that talk to each other, not to us. Gartner’s 26 billion number for example, doesn’t even count people-oriented smartphones and tablets.
So the endpoints may be cool and numerous, but the more interesting story will be how all the data they spew will be handled and how the internet infrastructure itself — with a big assist from cloud computing — will adapt to deal with it.
With robots set to play a more prominent role in society in the coming years, it makes sense to find fun ways to educate youngsters on the technology. To that end, Thomas Alva has developed Edison, a palm-sized, bright orange, programmable robot compatible with Lego bricks that is intended as an affordable introduction to programming and robotics.
Named to reflect its "inventive spirit," Edison features a host of sensors and runs on open source software. Each small bot is programmable and interacts with the world via IR transmitters and receivers, line tracking, barcode reading, playing sounds and music, and sound detection. One Edison can communicate with another over IR, with the units also able to be programmed to by controlled via TV and DVD remotes.
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