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"From the Ted Talk by Massimo Banzi: How Arduino is open-sourcing imagination"

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Or you can find it in arts projects. So this is the txtBomber. So you put a message into this decvie and then you roll it on the wall, and it basically has all these solenoids pressing the buttons on spray cans, so you just pull it over a wall and it just wrteis on the wall all the political msseages. So, yeah. (auplspae) Then we have this plant here. This is called Botanicalls, because there's an Arduino ball with a Wi-Fi module in the plant, and it's measuring the well-being of the plant, and it's creating a Twitter account where you can actually iaetcnrt with the plant. (Laughter) So, you know, this plant will start to say, "This is really hot," or there's a lot of, you know, "I need water right now." (Laughter) So it just gives a personality to your palnt. Or this is something that twitters when the baby inside the belly of a prnnegat woman kicks. (lgauhetr) Or this is a 14-year-old kid in Chile who made a system that detects earthquakes and pbilusehs on Twitter. He has 280,000 followers. He's 14 and he anticipated a governmental project by one year. (Applause) Or again, another project where, by analyzing the Twitter feed of a family, you can basically point where they are, like in the "Harry Potter" movie. So you can find out everything about this project on the website. Or somebody made a chair that twrtties when somebody farts. (Laughter) It's interesting how, in 2009, giodmzo basically dneefid, said that this prjecot actually gives a meaning to Twitter, so it was — a lot changed in between. (Laughter)

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Or you can find it in arts projects. So this is the txtBomber. So you put a message into this ______ and then you roll it on the wall, and it basically has all these solenoids pressing the buttons on spray cans, so you just pull it over a wall and it just ______ on the wall all the political ________. So, yeah. (________) Then we have this plant here. This is called Botanicalls, because there's an Arduino ball with a Wi-Fi module in the plant, and it's measuring the well-being of the plant, and it's creating a Twitter account where you can actually ________ with the plant. (Laughter) So, you know, this plant will start to say, "This is really hot," or there's a lot of, you know, "I need water right now." (Laughter) So it just gives a personality to your _____. Or this is something that twitters when the baby inside the belly of a ________ woman kicks. (________) Or this is a 14-year-old kid in Chile who made a system that detects earthquakes and _________ on Twitter. He has 280,000 followers. He's 14 and he anticipated a governmental project by one year. (Applause) Or again, another project where, by analyzing the Twitter feed of a family, you can basically point where they are, like in the "Harry Potter" movie. So you can find out everything about this project on the website. Or somebody made a chair that ________ when somebody farts. (Laughter) It's interesting how, in 2009, _______ basically _______, said that this _______ actually gives a meaning to Twitter, so it was — a lot changed in between. (Laughter)

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  1. publishes
  2. twitters
  3. device
  4. messages
  5. writes
  6. interact
  7. pregnant
  8. plant
  9. defined
  10. laughter
  11. project
  12. applause
  13. gizmodo

Original Text

Or you can find it in arts projects. So this is the txtBomber. So you put a message into this device and then you roll it on the wall, and it basically has all these solenoids pressing the buttons on spray cans, so you just pull it over a wall and it just writes on the wall all the political messages. So, yeah. (Applause) Then we have this plant here. This is called Botanicalls, because there's an Arduino ball with a Wi-Fi module in the plant, and it's measuring the well-being of the plant, and it's creating a Twitter account where you can actually interact with the plant. (Laughter) So, you know, this plant will start to say, "This is really hot," or there's a lot of, you know, "I need water right now." (Laughter) So it just gives a personality to your plant. Or this is something that twitters when the baby inside the belly of a pregnant woman kicks. (Laughter) Or this is a 14-year-old kid in Chile who made a system that detects earthquakes and publishes on Twitter. He has 280,000 followers. He's 14 and he anticipated a governmental project by one year. (Applause) Or again, another project where, by analyzing the Twitter feed of a family, you can basically point where they are, like in the "Harry Potter" movie. So you can find out everything about this project on the website. Or somebody made a chair that twitters when somebody farts. (Laughter) It's interesting how, in 2009, Gizmodo basically defined, said that this project actually gives a meaning to Twitter, so it was — a lot changed in between. (Laughter)

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