The Danish city of Aarhus is currently running a trial where cyclists are given RFID tags that they attach to their wheels. As they approach a junction, the tag sends a signal to a nearby reader (pictured above), which in turn switches the light to green so they never have to stop !
An interesting project from MIT Open Hybrid combines physical objects with the benefits of a flexible augmented user interface using standard Web-Technologies and Arduino, creating a virtual interface to control tangible objects.
Reality Editor which is built on Open Hybrib is well worth checking out as well
26 year old hacker George Hotz aims to take on Tesla and Google by building a self driving car in his garage in under a month !. Be sure to watch the video to see how he programmed the car learned how to drive using Lidar and AI.
While looking at potential hand held RFID readers for a project we came across this slim, modern and durable clip on reader for the iPhone
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