smart object

smart object

(1) A tag that identifies a product. See nearable.

(2) Any item with built-in electronics.
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These could include functions like smart object recognition, hand tracking and a field of view that could actually surpass the windowing effect of current AR headsets.
It has been observed that the building block of IoT network comprises of smart object network and the Internet.
In 2010, Kortuem et al, proposed a nonfunctional metadata model, where, the smart object is categorized based on either of the following dimensions: design, activity-awareness, policy- awareness, and process- awareness.
Although its definition is presented in a generic and essentially theoretical manner, the spime shall be implemented in the real world with its functionalities expanded, wherein its devices are popularly called smart objects that are not limited to the location, wireless communication and traceability as in the initial conception, but gaining memory and preparation capacity, potential for stand-alone behaviour, proactivity, awareness of context, collaborative communication, among other skills that suffer variations according to the applicability of the smart object (Atzoriet al., 2010; Vasseur, Agarwal, Hui., Shelby, Bertrand & Chauvenet, 2011).
"Leti's Turbo-FSK receiver performs close to the Shannon limit, which is the maximum rate that data can be transmitted over a given noisy channel without error, and is geared for low spectral efficiency," said Vincent Berg, head of Leti's Smart Object Communication Laboratory.
Each and every smart object in the IoT depends on three entities, (1) interaction, (2) awareness and (3) representation.
28 March 2018 - California, US-based smart object communications organisation IPSO Alliance has transferred its assets, work and memberships to California-based Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), an open standards developer for the mobile phone industry, to merge into OMA SpecWorks, a joint organisation to focus on development of mobile and IoT standards, the company said.
Some of the newer devices that have ignited the current interest in eye-worn computing are going above and beyond the conventional definition of a smart object; they are in effect, portable, wearable computers with a host of functions and specially designed apps that add new ways for the wearer to interact with the world.
To apply smart filters, convert the base image into a "smart object" by selecting Filter > Convert for Smart Filters.
PHOTOSHOP CS3 LAYERS BIBLE comes with a cd-rom of over ninety stock photos for use and source images from the book, and covers all the basics and advanced-level uses, from how to create a smart object from an image file to using layers in other applications outside of Photoshop.
Performance increases in the new models are the result of faster CPUs, greater memory and smart object caching algorithms, while the ICX detection and analysis engine identifies, classifies and filters web traffic.