I haven’t written about it yet, but for the last months I’ve been working on a project called Daisy Dash. It’s a wall-mounted dashboard to use at home which displays all the information you need at that specific moment.
It’s designed to be “smart” in a way that it provides you with the information that you need most at any given time. You can think about the following aspects:
Weather alarms, for when a storm is coming;
Traffic updates just before you are planning to leave to your appointment;
A calendar overview for you and your spouse, merged together;
Your most beautiful pictures – come on, you always want to see those 😉
Both local and world wide news headlines;
Alerts about the quality of your WiFi network;
And I’m still collecting ideas for what else to make. Note that not all of these features are implemented yet, but they are on my to-do list.
You can follow my progress at the newly created Daisy Dash Facebook page (currently in Dutch, but as more people start following and liking the page I’ll continue bilingual).
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