Pervasive Food

Oct.–Dec. 2015

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Pervasive technologies are finding their way into every aspect of our lives, including the production, delivery, preparation, and consumption of food. The articles in this special issue describe technologies and studies that illustrate just how valuable such pervasive systems can be in the domains of agriculture and food. In the future, it is expected that such technologies will significantly impact the way that people interact with their food. Read article »

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IEEE Pervasive Computing explores the many facets of pervasive and ubiquitous computing with research articles, case studies, product reviews, conference reports, departments covering wearable and mobile technologies, and more.

Articles from IEEE Pervasive Computing

OpenAG: A Globally Distributed Network of Food Computing

OpenAG: A Globally Distributed Network of Food Computing

The Open Agriculture (OpenAG) Initiative is a distributed farming system based on new methods of communication, sensing, data collection, and automation for the next generation of food production. Read full article »

From Fishing Trips in Alaska to Cherry Blossoms in Japan: Martin Kallstrom’s Take on Wearable Cameras

From Fishing Trips in Alaska to Cherry Blossoms in Japan: Martin Kallstrom’s Take on Wearable Cameras

Martin Kallstrom’s Narrative Clip, which is a camera that attaches to your neck and takes a picture every 30 seconds, is revolutionizing the world of visual life-logging. Read full article »

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