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#TechTuesday: Perfecting the IoT, 3D Printed Motorbikes & VR Porn at E3

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Carlo Ratti's very personal IOT office

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The internet of things is one of those terms that gets bandied around a lot, but few people actually understand. Italian architect Carlo Ratti, is the exception to that rule. Ratti has designed a system for an office in Turin, which instructs heating, lighting and cooling systems to follow occupants around the building, effectively turning the office into what he calls an “Individually-tailored environmental bubble.” Office 3.0 from Carlo Ratti Associati will use a system of sensors to monitor employees as they move

 

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