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Tag Archives: Internet of Things
Way back in May 2010, we ran a workshop to explore the publics apprehension for tagging technologies. It was very successful and provided insights in to the fears and concerns around RFID and the tagging of objects and people. The day … Continue reading
After being mentioned in Mashable’s Spark of Genius page yesterday (which has been tweeted 1,116 times so far!) we are now on the Killer Start Ups page, you can vote for your favourite (that’s us of course!) by clicking link … Continue reading
An estate agent in Didsbury, Manchester is using tales of things to creatively market its properties. Gascgoigne Halman has placed QR codes/barcodes on its properties to allow buyers to see inside the property without actually having to set foot in … Continue reading
Our project in the Oxfam shop has found its way into a great article on Wired and also in BBC Manchester. Listen out for a feature on Radio 5 Live tomorrow with the Gaby Logan show 12-2pm.