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Thursday, October 07, 2004

Browsing Reality with Sensor Networks
Welcome to the world of 'Reality Mining'! The billions of networked sensors that exist today are generating humongous streams of data. What about 'data mining' this big flow of data and discover our environment in a way that never existed before? Suddenly, sensors would look like pixels and we would start to browse reality as easily as we browse web pages today. Fascinating concept!

Some fellows at Accenture Technology Labs are thinking about this and they already have designed some demos of reality mining software. Their demos include web agents, data modeling, GIS systems and much more. They also show how you could detect fires or how you would do virtual shopping.

Please read their long article or this shorter summary for a couple of examples.
:: posted by Roland Piquepaille, 1:32 PM Comments (0)
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