Monday 2nd May, 2011
4:10pm to 5:10pm
Devices don't have to be big, expensive, or complex to say something meaningful, connect people and spaces in interesting ways, and participate in creating rich environmental data and interaction. "Small, cheap, simple" means you can focus more on your spaces and users and making meaningful conversations, as well as iterate quickly and have fun. In this session Joshua Noble talks about interaction and spaces using 5 small, cheap, and simple technologies and techniques: RFID, RF Radio Waves, IR Beams, XBee, QR Codes and presents examples using Arduino, mobile phones, Flash, Processing, and openFrameworks applications to create local distributed systems.
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