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One of the most interesting developments I see at the moment is the move to ubiquitous ICT.

ICT in the form of small unobtrusive sensors, smart ICT that takes the context of the user into account (based on all those sensors) and feedback mechanisms to users that do not use explicit displays do this much more on an “experience” level, e.g. by changing the colour of light. I recently read a book called Everyware (as in Hardware and Software) that says some interesting things on this. Sort of like using computers without really using a computer….

A very nice example of this is the “unpronounceable rabbit“. It connects to the Internet, is able to sniff RFID tags and communicate by talking, changing colours, communicates with his ears and all kinds of other things. And the rabbits can talk to eachother so you can send messages to a friend by just twisting his ears.

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Cordny op schreef:

Hi Martijn,

something to ask for from St Nicholas (5 december) or from Santa?

But a nice example of ubiquitous ICT, the nazbataq!

Thanks for sharing.

Kind regards,



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