Internet-connected display is made entirely of wood
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As the trend increases for Internet of Things tech to blend in with its surroundings, Japanese company Nissha have created Mui, a smart home display made entirely of wood. Mui is an interactive, Internet-connected display that can be used to control lighting, temperature and display messages. Currently, it works with Philips Hue light bulbs and Net LED, but Nissha claim Mui is adaptable for use with a wide range of applications and equipment. The name Mui comes from a Japanese word that means 'silence', which links into the theme of its design - 'out of sight until needed, and out of…
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