Alex has finally been able to launch the Good Night Lamp, open for pre-orders now. The first 100 made out of walnut are limited edition so if you’re keen on connected products then this is your chance to get a beautiful one (tip: there are only 38 sets left at the moment!). I’ve seen early… More On @GNLamp and #iotboost – spread the word
Very useful graphic tracing the process involved in building a connected product from Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino. Read about the workshop she ran to arrive at this here.
I’ve been following Sony’s Futurescapes project for a while, as well as what Superflux are doing with them. (I think it’s one of the best things Sony are investing in as a brand). Superflux have just blogged about the second phase of the work they are doing with partners like Technology Will Save Us and the… More Excited to see the progress towards @better_futures Internet of Things Academy by @superflux and partners
The thing I like about Sherlock is that it isn’t a product you’d typically expect from an accommodation-listing & concierge service like One Fine Stay. Airbnb’s Wishlists feature is nice but it’s something I would expect from a service like theirs. One Fine Stay have ventured into the IoT world with Sherlock, and when I… More Loving @onefinestay’s Sherlock
Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, Adrian McEwen and the team at Good Night Lamp have put the project on Kickstarter to get the funds that will help the little family of lamps come to life for people across the world. I’ve backed it, and can’t wait to give one to my parents. Go for it.
Alex is a friend of mine and currently sourcing funders for her new start-up, the Good Night Lamp. She gave a talk recently that referenced Roo’s documentation of the fridge of the future (not).
I just came upon this presentation by Adaptive Path and ThingM co-founder Mike Kuniavsky on the Internet of Things, which is becoming a catch-all phrase that encompasses more and more these days, as he rightly says. He talks about the connected web converting products into services, something I’m beginning to think a lot. I went… More Transforming products into services, by @mikekuniavsky