In this video check the uses of glass surfaces in digital cities. The information is provided to the citizen – user at any place he or she is and can interact with the information in a notable way.
In a paper at SIGGRAPH 2010 Microsoft presented Street Slide, which combines the best aspects of the immersive nature of bubbles with the overview provided by multiperspective strip panoramas.
The Data-gov Wiki is a project of the Tetherless World Constellation at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, investigating open government datasets using semantic web technologies. The project is translating such datasets into RDF, getting them linked to the linked data cloud, and developing interesting applications and demos
Wired.co.uk contributor Anna Leach examines how Augmented Reality and The Internet of Things could impact each other in the coming years.
Dailywireless.org blog provides an extensive overview of new applications in the field of e-health, which use smart phones or wearable sensors to monitor in real time various health indicators and the physical activity of the person that uses this equipment.
Oracle aims to provide a complete solution for Smart Cities, by bringing together the best practices and processes from around the world into a solution architecture incorporating the breadth and depth of the Oracle portfolio of open technologies, applications, middleware and BI.
This slideshow examines a series of mobiles technologies which can improve the physical space of cities offering more choices to the citizens who may profit from ambient, collaborative, and swarm intelligence.