Machines already can tweet. Here's the next step in connecting Twitter to the Internet of Things.

Here's How Twitter Can Connect Us To The Internet Of Things

Machines already can tweet. Here's the next step in connecting Twitter to the Internet of Things.

meSch - meSch explained: promo video

meSch - meSch explained: promo video

The Internet of Things: Getting Smart About ‘Smart’ Objects

The Internet of Things: Getting Smart About ‘Smart’ Objects

A screen from GuidiGO featuring a child's drawings.

A screen from GuidiGO featuring a child's drawings.

The Museo della Guerra in Rovereto is hosting an installation with meSch technology embedded within multimedia devices. The exhibition takes place in the sec...

The Museo della Guerra in Rovereto is hosting an installation with meSch technology embedded within multimedia devices. The exhibition takes place in the sec...

Smart Replicas project: the first results | ARlab

Smart Replicas project: the first results | ARlab

The Atlantic Wall exhibition under construction

The Atlantic Wall exhibition under construction

Map with visitor generated contents

Map with visitor generated contents

It's best not to think about what might happen if everyday objects could Tweet. The few examples that already exist -- diapers that Tweet parents when their wearers need to be changed, toilets and toasters that broadcast their use -- are horrifying enough without imagining how they might interact with other devices able to share anything at any time. Nobody likes a tattle-tale tabletop.

It's best not to think about what might happen if everyday objects could Tweet. The few examples that already exist -- diapers that Tweet parents when their wearers need to be changed, toilets and toasters that broadcast their use -- are horrifying enough without imagining how they might interact with other devices able to share anything at any time. Nobody likes a tattle-tale tabletop.


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MIT lab builds self-assembling robot cubes | The Verge

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MIT lab builds self-assembling robot cubes | The Verge

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The Watch of Tomorrow by Gabor Balogh-sleekest smart watch concept & design!

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Zsanett Szirmay turns cross-stitch patterns into musical scores

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Networked Optimization | by Sebastian Schmieg

Networked Optimization | by Sebastian Schmieg

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