Tuesday, March 02, 2004

"In the 1990s, the Internet connected us to a planet-wide web of information-all the zillions of bits that are stored in computer memories and hard drives. But now, thanks to an ongoing revolution in highly miniaturized, wirelessly networked sensors, the Internet is reaching out into the physical world, as well."

""We call it 'the Embedding of the Internet'," says Deborah Estrin, director of the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing, a multi-university research partnership that was launched in August 2002 with funding by the National Science Foundation (NSF). "And it's going to transform our ability to understand and manage the physical world around us.""(context | the sensor revolution)

:: note :: . . . lots more . . . thinking about emotional sensors . . . physo-physical sensors that extend into understanding acts of imagination . . . pure science fiction to me . . .