“A Message You Can Hug” – now that doesn’t sound at all creepy does it… a nice cuddly toy that young kids can secretly use to communicate through voice message, IoT and fake fur. But what happens when the personal data, the recorded messages, profile picture, emails and passwords of 500,000 children were leaked […]Read more "It’s not feature creep it’s just creepy – IoT in children’s toys"
Mozilla’s Open IoT studio is working with students at NID to explore decentralised IoT in an indian context. But who are the Open IoT studio and what do they do? Good question! Let’s delve into that a bit… this is taken from the Open IoT Studio github -> you should go there and delve into it’s […]Read more "What is the Mozilla Open IoT Studio?"
Yesterday we talked about this being a course in storytelling through interactive prototypes. This is at the heart of what we call a creative technologist. This isn’t about becoming the best engineer in the world (although who wouldn’t want that 😉 – it is about telling compelling stories that influence people. That make people take notice […]Read more "Using props to tell a story in IoT"
This is the excerpt for your very first post.Read more "Decentralising the IoT"