They want to profile uses of radio frequency identification technology (RFID), outline one new use each business day for the next 100 days.
I hope Thing Magic can keep up for the next 5 month and 95 more to go. No matter how many they are on display at the end it’s a great survey of current RFID usage and a nice first look at the Internet of Things. You can follow Thing Magic on Twitter as well.
The current 5/100
- Hospital Inventory Control with UHF RFID – What if Your Goods Could Talk?
- Enhancing the Patient Experience with RFID – “It’s Like Angels Singing”
- The Batteryless RFID Imperative in Healthcare – Patient-Centric Applications That Are Changing the Healthcare Landscape
- The Next Revolution in Wireless and Mobility – How RFID and Sensing Is Automating Identification, Data Collection, and Location Systems
- Race Timing with RFID – How Rosie Ruiz Changed an Industry
(illustration by technabob.com)
Light Blue Optics just announced Light Touch. A laser projector that turns any flat surface into an auto-focused and image-adjusted 10-inch touchscreen with WVGA resolution. The Holographic Laser Projection (HLP™) is a revolution in display technology. Light Touch runs Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 and includes WiFi andBluetooth radios. 2GB of on-board storage and a battery capable of about 2-hours worth of runtime.
Texas Instruments is a leader in the market of digital light processing chips.