kantenwerk » internet of things

By: Kantenwerk  05/12/2011

kantenwerk » internet of things

I think this is a nice example of using technology to provide a better experience and understanding of a city. Conceptually it’s located somewhere in the vicinity of topics such as the internet of things, ubiquitous computing – only it doesn’t involve computing. :) It reminds me of a story where someone demonstrated the principle of topic maps with strings and other physical artifacts, thereby moving from the digital over to the physical domain.

Murmur has also been set up in other cities, such as Toronto, Edinburgh, Dublin, San José, Montreal, Calgary and São Paolo.


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05/12/2011

kantenwerk » conference

SPARQL to your heart’s content, making use of the named graphs we have established for each event in the database. Enjoy eye-candy like the map of all organisations in the repository (provided we have their geo-coordinates). Browse thousands of people, papers and organisations in your Web browser,. What can the Dog Food site do for you.


05/12/2011

kantenwerk » linked data

The serving of linked data on the dog food server works through content negotiation – basically, the first request by an agent would be to the URI of the resource (“plain” in the graph), specifying in the header whether an RDF or HTML representation is desired.


05/12/2011

kantenwerk » mobile computing

) It reminds me of a story where someone demonstrated the principle of topic maps with strings and other physical artifacts, thereby moving from the digital over to the physical domain. Conceptually it’s located somewhere in the vicinity of topics such as the internet of things, ubiquitous computing – only it doesn’t involve computing. I think this is a nice example of using technology to provide a better experience and understanding of a city.