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Wireless Sensors Star in Interactive Art Exhibit

August 16, 2006

Ashok Sukumaran, artist-in-residence at Sun Labs, has produced an interactive art project featuring wireless sensors. The installation's side benefit: helping Sun understand how people respond to wireless sensors and how the technology might have real-life applications.


Artist Ashok Sukumaran's new art exhibit debuted last weekend in San Jose, Calif. Called "Park View Hotel," it took place in Cesar Chavez Park and the adjacent Fairmont Hotel and used Sun Labs' Sun Spots (small programmable object technology) wireless sensor technology. "The normal things we do in the physical world, like pointing, looking, touching, moving, rolling, have new meaning because (of new devices)," Sukumaran said.

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