Wednesday, July 27, 2005


Here is an interesting MIT project group: House_n

House_n is a Department of Architecture research group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.From the website."The widespread adoption of digital technologies is leading to profound changes in how we communicate with others,shop for goods and services,receive news,manage our finances,learn about the world, participate in politics,deliver and receive medical care,conduct business,manage resources,find entertainment,and maintain autonomy as we age.Increasingly,these activities will take place directly in the home.As our notion of banks,bookstores,universities,communities,and cities change in response to new technologies,the home will take on extraordinary new importance".

It might change the 'home' forever!?

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