"Sensibility Technology" that recognizes the user's feelings, and then tells the flower over a wireless connection. The system works over the Internet, so even from far away the flower's LEDs can light up to reflect your true feelings to that special someone."
Read full article at Engadget.
Sunday, March 05, 2006
Posted by dayoo_kun at 8:42 AM
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