NIX-C networked beside clock

17Feb07

Ruth, Guy and I were put together to redesign the common bedside alarm clock for networked objects. After much discussion, we came to the consensus that the object needed to remain warm and aesthetically beautiful for people to want to live with it next to their beds. The interface also need to be really simple, while remaining pact with features and options to customize. Thus, we have networked it to the PC via bluetooth or USB for all customization, though the clock radio/alarm part functions independently. The top surface of the box has a Qprox or FSR touch sensor for sleep, or turning on the advanced options. Real time news feeds, email, flicker and stuck would all stream from the PC, provided a connection.

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