Building Tools for Exploring Connected Electronics
Bluetooth 4.0, also referred to as Low Power Bluetooth, represents a discrete shift in the communication abilities of embedded devices.
At the same time, newly opened aspects of the iOS SDK unlock new interactions and frontiers with "the internet of things"
Finally, real-time messaging SDKs like now.js create a new opportunities for crowd interaction.
This project was a collaboration with Jimmy Chion, Kyle Doerksen and Brad Simpson at IDEO, along with facilitation and support by Dan Bomze. The goal was to create a platform by which hardware+software prototypes could be rapidly developed.