Comments on A Smart Home With Cyber Crumbs - Bradbury's Happylife Home?
In his 1951 short story collection The Illustrated Man, Ray Bradbury wrote about the Happylife Home, which took care of the people who lived in it. Today, researchers work to create a smart home with cyber crumbs. (Read
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|"With gps technology becomming more common in everyday life, constant new ways are discovered to enhance our lifestyles and make us more aware of our surroundings.
With an embedded chip worn in a belt, necklace, or wrist band, and picked up by the home's security/monitor system and relayed to wherever the info needs to go, could keep track of a person better than an attendant ever could. A "wired" home is common today. Adding a few more sensors to a security system would be a simple enough task, even an add to option for all homes...jj "
(johnnyjupiter2001 12/3/2004 6:04:26 PM)
|"i think that a house that takes care of us would be a great achievment in technology, especially since a lot of people who are older would need it to support themselves. But would it cost much, because I am just a poor widow who lives in a shack down on Drury Lane. I am getting old and have no one to take care of me. Please help by sending doantions to:
2456 W. Drury Lane
(kiki thomas 1/27/2005 9:25:07 AM)
(naweed khan 8/17/2006 7:15:17 AM)
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