What happens to us as we get older? Why do we lose the sense of our own creativity? How do we unlock our dormant creative genius?
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No Longer Vaporware: The Internet of Things Is Finally Talking | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
Hackers began using increasingly inexpensive sensors and open source hardware—like the Arduino controller—to add intelligence to ordinary objects. There are now kits that let your plants tweet when they need to be watered and teensy printers that scour the web and print out stuff you might be interested in. And there are oodles of “quantified-self” projects: “I know a guy who put a tilt sensor in his beer mug. It lets him know precisely how much he drank during Oktoberfest,” Arduino hacker Charalampos Doukas says with a laugh. “Sensor prices are going down; sizes are going down. The only limit is your imagination.”
This is your plant speaking. I need water. The Internet of things
Jain Temple, Malabar Hill, Mumbai
In Mumbai to run some workshops starting tomorrow. A day spent out and about. This is Jain Temple on Malabar Hill