Intel lab pushes ‘ubiquitous computing’

Researcher offer a peek at projects designed to bring technologies into everyday life

Sensor technologies will play a central role in the future of computing, if the projects under way at Intel Research’s Seattle lab are an accurate indication.

That means a robot that can detect if a water bottle is full, a mobile phone that knows if you’re sticking to your exercise routine and a hand-held computer with an on-screen map that changes orientation depending on which direction you’re facing.

It also means knowing whether your grandpa in another town took his daily pills — without actually having to ask.


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