50 things, places and people for 2008

On the last day of 2007 Dagbladet rounded up the 50 things, places and people they tip for 2008 (50 ting, steder og mennesker vi tror på i 2008).

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Sara Johansson is tipped at number 19 with her Sniff project also featured in Making Things Talk.

Related things:

  1. Norwegian Design Council awards Sniff Sniff has won the prize for Design for All at Unge Talenter 2008 (Young Talent 2008) from the Norwegian Design Council. The project is acclaimed for its inclusive design that encourages playful activity, particularly......
  2. More press for Sniff Dagens Næringsliv Norway’s daily business newspaper covered two of the Unge Talenter winners last Friday, including Sniff. Some quotes: Vinner Design for alle: Kosehunden og spillet Sniff av Sara Johansson “FOLSOM HUND. -Jeg tenkte......
  3. Sniff After two years of development, many awards and publications, we have finally given Sara Johanssons’s Sniff the proper communication it deserves. Sniff is first and foremost a high-quality physical toy dog, that can withstand......
  4. Making things talk Tom Igoe’s new book Making things talk arrived today, full of lovely projects and code examples. Tom’s previous book Physical computing has been the definitive reference for all hardware hacking that goes on at......
  5. Visual representation of tangible interaction In the design of the interactive elements of Sniff, Sara had to use visual diagramming as a way of exploring, understanding and prototyping with non-visual feedback such as sound and vibration (haptics). Sara developed......

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One Comment

  1. Martin Gil
    Posted 3 February 2008 at 15:57 | Permalink

    Dear Time,

    I’m trying to get in touch with vendors of RFID reader/writers for the “mass-consumer” market. Could you please provide some leads to that?

    Thanks,

    M

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