Tag Archives: IoT

Enchanted Objects

This is absolutely brilliant. David Rose of MIT’s Media Lab, refers to everyday objects with embedded sensors and cloud connectivity as “enchanted objects” and organizes them by human desires into the following categories: omniscience telepathy safekeeping immortality teleportation expression 16 ordinary objects enchanted by technology Enchanted Objects

Heisenberg’s Microscope

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Heisenberg’s Microscope The Energy Internet Explained, with Jeremy Rifkin Seeing the past with X-ray vision The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind Echoes from the Big Bang Heisenberg’s Microscope There are ideas that […]

Technology Adoption Barriers

Very little to add to these pictures.. But, very interesting story about the origins of Ubiquitous computing, a term coined by Mark Weiser at Xerox Parc in 1988… Please find links below in the references… I must add though, that we know how to solve these problems, given time of course.   References Mark Weizer, […]

The Internet of Everything: Business Models and Scenarios

This video presentation from Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013 explores how the Internet of Things is reinventing industries and driving new usage and business models. This forward-looking presentation demonstrates how enterprises can improve operating processes, customer/citizen interactions and products/services in a world where everything is connected. This is a must-see video for those responsible for digital business […]