Computationally enhanced craft item
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A Computationally enhanced craft item (CETI) is a simple mechanical device that is fitted with a small computer or computer interface and a servo system. A larger computer programs or directly controls the CETI according to the wishes of the user-programmer. CETIs are educational devices, but they can possibly provide guidance towards a future of user-programmable robots and ubiquitous computing. Tom Wrensch was one of the earliest proponents of CETI.
- Eisenberg, Michael; Elumeze, Nwanua; Wrensch, Thomas. "Computationally-Enhanced Craft Items" (PDF).
- The rototack
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