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By (February 18, 2009) ()

If my bottle of water had a sensor, it could inform me of the amount of water I have in my body, or the time that is left before I will get a headache. I think I would prefer it to vibrate or communicate with me in an intimate way, such as if it was a part of my body that warns me from something. Or maybe it could have some light codes to give me that information. I usually hate devices that talk loud and that would produce the contrary effect on me. With this light codes and vibrations it could try to persuade me by fading out or turning itself of if I ignore it for too long.

The personality I associate to it is the one of a kind grandmother who tells you how skinny you areĀ  – and then sometimes, not always, you follow her advise. –


February 18, 2009


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