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Real World Web
iq.intel.com/real-world-web 5www.psfk.com/real-world-web
COMMUNITY NET
Programmable Lifestyle
SENSOR ALLOWS HOMEOWNERS TO
PROGRAM THEIR HOME TO REACT TO
DIFFERENT SITUATIONS
Piper is a home a sensor with a built in camera that allows users to
program their home to respond to various conditions. Using the
Piper mobile app, a user might add ‘If motion is sensed, then send
me a text message,’ or, ‘If a door is opened, then sound the (105
decibel) siren,’ thus creating their own custom alarm system. The
functionality is similar to that of IFTTT, a site that popularized the
ability to use if/then commands to allow online tools to interact.
By connecting with home devices and allowing the user to define
their own commands based on situational requirements, Piper
greatly expands on the use cases for which these technologies
integrate into home ecosystems.
getpiper.com
DEVICE LETS USERS CONTROL ALL THEIR
INTERNET CONNECTED DEVICES TOGETHER
The Ninja Sphere is a household device that is aiming to give
users complete control over every object in their home. With
features like LED lights, built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the gadget
lets users keep tabs on the things, even the pets, in their home.
For example, by placing, a Bluetooth tag on the cat and the Ninja
Sphere will track its travels. The key to the system is that it does
not come packaged with a pre-determined purpose other than to
help things communicate, and it is up to the user to program in
interesting and useful ways to make this happen.
ninjablocks.com
bit.ly/1fYfzkx
02
SYSTEM LETS OWNERS PROGRAM THEIR CAR
INTO A SOCIAL MEDIA OBJECT
Automatic is a smart driving assistant that installs a small piece
of hardware in car to convert the vehicle into a smart object that
can interact with various roadside services. Leveraging Apple’s
iBeacon, the tech could be used to offer automatic toll, gas
payments, or other functionalities related to geo-fencing. Many
of the applications are so far only theoretical, but the company
is testing real-world applications. Over time the system learns
the driver’s repetitive habits, which it can then use to make
recommendations for how to become a more efficient driver.
.automatic.com
bit.ly/1jR2ryk
wrd.cm/1jR2Gtw
Sense: Sensors Turn Quantified Self Data Into A
Visual Storyboard
bit.ly/1eQYICo
bit.ly/1fheIIp
Ocho Pad: Wireless Communications Hub For
Organizing Your Life
ochopad.com
bit.ly/1pgQ4kX
Homee: Universal Smart Home Hub
hom.ee
bit.ly/1jR9mI4
Rafi Haladjian.
Founder. Sen.se.
@rafigaro
bit.ly/1qwjsUX
Mike Kuniavsky.
Co-founder. ThingM
@mikekuniavsky
bit.ly/1skVUxM
Paola Antonelli.
Senior Curator. MoMA
@curiousoctopus
bit.ly/RArzzD
TOPIC EXPERTS
IMPLICATIONS
__ Products can offer a library of pre-programmed
and easy to use ‘recipes’, allowing users an easy
entryway into programming their connected
devices together
__ Plants and perishable items could be programmed
to push alerts to homeowners to take a required
action.
__ Inventory for a business could be programmed
to communicate with a central hub, alerting
managers if supplies are low and need
replenishing.

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Real World Web iq.intel.com/real-world-web 5www.psfk.com/real-world-web COMMUNITY NET Programmable Lifestyle SENSOR ALLOWS HOMEOWNERS TO PROGRAM THEIR HOME TO REACT TO DIFFERENT SITUATIONS Piper is a home a sensor with a built in camera that allows users to program their home to respond to various conditions. Using the Piper mobile app, a user might add ‘If motion is sensed, then send me a text message,’ or, ‘If a door is opened, then sound the (105 decibel) siren,’ thus creating their own custom alarm system. The functionality is similar to that of IFTTT, a site that popularized the ability to use if/then commands to allow online tools to interact. By connecting with home devices and allowing the user to define their own commands based on situational requirements, Piper greatly expands on the use cases for which these technologies integrate into home ecosystems. getpiper.com DEVICE LETS USERS CONTROL ALL THEIR INTERNET CONNECTED DEVICES TOGETHER The Ninja Sphere is a household device that is aiming to give users complete control over every object in their home. With features like LED lights, built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the gadget lets users keep tabs on the things, even the pets, in their home. For example, by placing, a Bluetooth tag on the cat and the Ninja Sphere will track its travels. The key to the system is that it does not come packaged with a pre-determined purpose other than to help things communicate, and it is up to the user to program in interesting and useful ways to make this happen. ninjablocks.com bit.ly/1fYfzkx 02 SYSTEM LETS OWNERS PROGRAM THEIR CAR INTO A SOCIAL MEDIA OBJECT Automatic is a smart driving assistant that installs a small piece of hardware in car to convert the vehicle into a smart object that can interact with various roadside services. Leveraging Apple’s iBeacon, the tech could be used to offer automatic toll, gas payments, or other functionalities related to geo-fencing. Many of the applications are so far only theoretical, but the company is testing real-world applications. Over time the system learns the driver’s repetitive habits, which it can then use to make recommendations for how to become a more efficient driver. .automatic.com bit.ly/1jR2ryk wrd.cm/1jR2Gtw Sense: Sensors Turn Quantified Self Data Into A Visual Storyboard bit.ly/1eQYICo bit.ly/1fheIIp Ocho Pad: Wireless Communications Hub For Organizing Your Life ochopad.com bit.ly/1pgQ4kX Homee: Universal Smart Home Hub hom.ee bit.ly/1jR9mI4 Rafi Haladjian. Founder. Sen.se. @rafigaro bit.ly/1qwjsUX Mike Kuniavsky. Co-founder. ThingM @mikekuniavsky bit.ly/1skVUxM Paola Antonelli. Senior Curator. MoMA @curiousoctopus bit.ly/RArzzD TOPIC EXPERTS IMPLICATIONS __ Products can offer a library of pre-programmed and easy to use ‘recipes’, allowing users an easy entryway into programming their connected devices together __ Plants and perishable items could be programmed to push alerts to homeowners to take a required action. __ Inventory for a business could be programmed to communicate with a central hub, alerting managers if supplies are low and need replenishing.

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