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Hardware hacking and the meaning of (Second) Life

Andrew Hendry | Feb. 13, 2008
<i>Computerworld</i> recently spoke to Oxer about how he is knocking down the boundaries between the real and virtual world.

That means that something like an iPod Touch can suddenly become a touch sensitive remote control for everything in your house - all you have to do is log it into your wireless network, point it at a Web server running on a machine in the house, and you can have a system that allows you, for example, to navigate to a particular room and control lights or heating, or open and close electric curtains all through one little touch interface.


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