Home Applications Built by — Bakken & Bæck #iot

Bakken & Bæck decided to make three experiments that would be a common and ‘standard’ tool to enable as many people as possible to immediately hop onto something that is already familiar to them.

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Home Applications is a technical prototype for a collection of apps which would allow you to teach your old furniture some new tricks, which you could then control to suit your own personal needs at your leisure.

‘Any technology I bring into my home should be useful, serve a purpose or make me happy. I wrote a program to automatically move blinds based on the sun because to me, that’s like your home is taking care of you.’

The apps would be simple, friendly tools which could, for example, use sunrise and sunset to open and close your blinds; use a lightbulb to warn you of high air pollution; or take images from NASA’s photo archive and turn them into a lighting display.


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