Yesterday I had the pleasure of speaking at the inaugural IoT Manchester meetup.
I gave an introductory talk, aiming to cover the breadth of possibilities in the Internet of Things. Showing off some of the many interesting projects that aren’t the usual hyper-efficient automate-everything and also showing only things that actually exist in the world in some form.
Rather than my usual sharing of the slides, in this case it makes more sense to share a list of all the projects I mentioned so you can go and explore them further…
- Designing the Internet of Things, my book.
- In case anyone needs a fix of Internet fridges
- Richard Pope’s Bicycle Barometer
- Russell Davies’ Bikemap
- The Ackers Bell
- Voy Oslo’s Ugle owl
- Wave Data Logger
- The DoES Liverpool door entry logging system
- John McKerrell’s WhereDial
- The Flood Network
- Pixelcheer (which also hooks into the Cheerlights API)
- Costumologists’ Manifold
- Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino’s Good Night Lamp
See you at one of the future IoT Manchester meetups, or over at IoT Liverpool if you fancy a trip west.