Dear valued readers,
As part of our digital marketing group project, this blog was set up with much excitement and passion about our two key topics : smart objects and technology industry trend. Our group aims to leverage current market information about latest smart objects and analyze their potential implications on our daily lives.
Our Fall 2014 semester is coming to an end and we would like to really thank you (all of our viewers) for giving us a chance to write interesting contents for you. We also appreciate all companies that have their products discussed in this blog. Although we will not be posting posts as regularly, we will still be posting about outstanding smart objects or tech articles occasionally so please stay tuned. Additionally, we will be accepting posts from guest writers which we will screen and publish should their content match our topics. This way, the future of smart blog will capture different valuable perspectives on smart objects, their implications and the tech industry trend.
If interested to send a submission, you can reach us at our Facebook or Twitter page:
Once again, we thank you for your valued support. We hope that these information that we have created in the last quarter of 2014 will be of use to many of you interested in these subjects. As the future of smart objects is a topic that captivates many, we look forward to receive interesting blog post submissions from you.
———————– The Future of Smart Team ———————– (From left: Garrett, Sam, YangYu, Prof. Novak, Alex, Verisia)
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We all have that moment in the kitchen when we are trying to use our laptop or cellphone to find the recipes with our wet or flour covered fingers. Cooking can be quite stressful for a lot of us but maybe it won’t be anymore!
MAID is a smart kitchen assistant and a multifunctional oven that knows every recipe and cooks every dish. It’s connected to the internet so it can download every recipe with step to step instructions. It can be controlled by touch, voice and wave. Currently, MAID can only understand English but its developers are working on expanding its languages.
Since everyone’s taste preferences differ, MAID is programmed to save your adjustments to the recipe every time you make the dish and you will have your own unique recipe that’s tailored to your taste saved in MAID’s system.
This product has huge potential to be successful since we all have that kitchen war to fight!
Lots of people have pets nowadays and they also have to work everyday, so what happens to the pets when they are left alone? They chew on everything; they take nap in the afternoon; they chase around their tails. To be honest, we don’t know. However, now, we can watch, talk and play laser beams with our furry friends with the help of Petcube , a wireless device.
Petcube is a 4 x 4 x 4 inches gadget. It consists of extruded aluminum casing, front glass, wide angle camera, 2 servo motors, low intensity laser, microphone and speakers, circuit board, notification LED, mini-USB port. The device is plugged into the wall with mini-USB power adapter and connected to your home Wi-Fi.
Interested? Check Petcube out!