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    UX: the internet of things

    UX: the internet of things


    UX: the internet of things

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    #Hyperadoption will center around experiences, not devices and sensors, Jennae McQuivey tells #IRCE15.

    Forrester Research on Twitter

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    Nest Cam Embodies Stale Innovation In “Connected Home” Space | TechCrunch

    Nest Cam Embodies Stale Innovation In “Connected Home” Space

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    Infographic: Defining the Internet of Things

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    The User Experience of the Internet of Things.

    The User Experience of the Internet of Things.

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    SXSW Interactive 2014 Panel Proposal

    SXSW Interactive 2014 Panel Proposal

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    Guidelines of User Experience for the Internet of Things | Thinking Products: A Weblog by Clarice Technologies

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    SXSW 2015: How to design user interfaces for the Internet of Things

    SXSW 2015: How to design user interfaces for the Internet of Things

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    Disney's $1 Billion Bet on a Magical Wristband | WIRED

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    SmartThings Know your Home Kit:What it contains and its use - IoT Enabled DevicesIoT Enabled Devices

    SmartThings Know your Home Kit:What it contains and its use - IoT Enabled Devices

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    Stick-N-Find —bluetooth stickers you place on items, then locate them with your phone! Must put on keys, jackets, wallet, etc. :D

    Stick-N-Find

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    Lockitron

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    The Portable WiFi Signal Booster — This is the portable WiFi signal booster that extends the range and improves the signal strength of a wireless network. The device simply plugs into an AC outlet, connects to a wireless network, and rebroadcasts the signal to provide a faster, more reliable WiFi connection at a hotel or airport. It provides WEP, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK security for optimal privacy. | Hammacher Schlemmer

    The Portable WiFi Signal Booster - Hammacher Schlemmer

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    Lockitron: The Remote Entryway Lock System / 27 Genius New Products You Had No Idea Existed (via BuzzFeed)

    27 Genius New Products You Had No Idea Existed

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    Samsung unveils a new foundation for the smart home | CES 2014: Appliances - CNET Blogs

    Samsung unveils a new foundation for the smart home - CNET

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    Drive Smarter - killer gadget connects your car and smartphone. Tracks where you park, diagnoses check engine light, automatically calls police in an accident, gives tips to improve gas mileage.

    Automatic: Your Smart Driving Assistant

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    Kiwi Move - One Wearable. Many Apps. from Kiwi Wearables

    Kiwi Move - One Wearable. Many Apps. from Kiwi Wearables

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    End of the mechanic? BMW smart glasses make it possible for ANYONE to spot and fix a car engine fault just by looking at it

    Smart glasses mean anyone can fix a car just by looking at it

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    NFC-Enabled Case Turns The iPhone Into A Universal Mobile Wallet - PSFK

    NFC-Enabled Case Turns The iPhone Into A Universal Mobile Wallet - PSFK

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    Sensors are used in everyday objects such as touch-sensitive elevator buttons (tactile sensor) and lamps which dim or brighten by touching the base.

    how the robot sense?sensors!!!!!

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    A Touch-Free Smartphone the Disabled Can Control With Their Heads—USES COMPUTER VISION TECHNOLOGY TO ALLOW SOMEONE LIKE LIVNE TO ACCESS ANY APP JUST BY MOVING HIS HEAD; Details.

    Head-controlled smartphone is perfect for the disabled (Wired UK)

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    5 Rules of Design Thinking for the Internet of Everything. blogs.cisco.com/...

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    Experts Predict the Future of the 'Internet of Things' (Infographic) via LiveScience

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    iPhone 5S launch brought two new industry buzzwords: Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) & M7 Motion Sensors. Normal motion sensors make our smartphones smarter, but M7 motion sensors make them intelligent.

    Bluetooth LE and M7 Motion Sensors(infographic) - New Technologies for Forward Thinking Developers

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    Surveillance companies are marketing systems to governments worldwide that are capable of pulling location data out of global cellular networks, even if you are traveling in another country. These systems are designed so that neither cell phone users nor their carriers detect the tracking. That could allow government officials to potentially sidestep court review or other systems designed to protect the rights of people targeted for surveillance.

    How you can be tracked anywhere in the world

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    The Internet of Things at work - ISACA

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