A Game of Homes: Communication, cooperation and entertainment in the connected world

| December 8, 2017

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With the advent of the connected world, your floor will sense when you’ve rolled out of bed and started walking toward the bathroom. The lights in your hallway will turn on as you approach. Your shower will automatically turn on and set the water to your preferred temperature. Once you’ve finished your shower and first cup of coffee, the house will tell your car to start and tune to your favourite morning talk show.

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