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Linux powers world’s first “emotional lamp”

May 27, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Embedded Linux powers the first “emotional lamp,” a WiFi-connected device that can be programmed to respond to real-world events by emanating sequences of gentle color. The lamp is available at prestigious Paris department store Galeries Lafayette, or direct, for 790 Euros (about $937).

Find out all the details about the Violet Dal lamp — surely one of the most cosmopolitan, elegant, and artistic embedded Linux design wins ever — in our complete Device Profile.

Read Device Profile of Violet Dal


 
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