Networked Flowers by Doria Fan, Mauricio Melo, and Jason Kaufman Networked Flowers is a personal communication device for sending someone digital blooms. Each bloom has a different lighting animation. The flower sculpture has a network connection. The flower is controlled from a website that sends commands to the flower when the web visitor chooses a lighting animation.



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