For his systems design course at California College of the Arts, Noam Zomerfeld decided to delve deeper into the technological complexities that lie beneath communication systems in an effort to understand and present the ways in which their different elements interact.
Deconstructing Communication Systems
Terms like “Big Data” and “the Cloud” have been thoroughly assimilated into the 21st century lexicon, but in many ways the things they name remain distant and abstract—where is the cloud, what does it look like, and what exactly is the big data that we store there?
Creating the Cloud
Daniel Sims is taking a data-driven approach to parenting. With a daughter on the way, he’s building a device that will measure a slew of environmental factors to determine how they affect an infant’s sleep patterns.
The Future of Baby Monitors
IoT project using Temboo that visualizes “viral” social media posts.
When a Virus Goes Viral
Natasha Dzurny, a recent alumna of NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program investigated attitudes surrounding personal information, and identified what she described as “a taboo around data collection, especially with products that collect personal data—how much we exercise, where we spend money, who we spend time with.”
Your Data at a Glance
Students at Kutztown University built a project with Temboo to make their campus planetarium interactive.
A Planetarium with Sense and Sensibility
Check out this fitness dashboard project using Temboo.
DIY Fitness Dashboard for the Quantified Self
Yale Bee Space is designing smart beehives using Temboo that they think will fundamentally change the way that bees are kept.
Reimagining Beekeeping with a Data-Driven Twist