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Sleep modes affect the communication latency of the system, often in ways that are difficult to predict beforehand. Physical size and cost have profound implications for both the hardware and software designer. For the hardware designer, the implications are that the hardware must be small, the number of components must be low, and each component must be small and inexpensive. The implications for the software designer are less obvious but equally profound. With low cost, low physical size, and low power consumption, the microprocessors on which the software runs become smaller as their computational speed and memory size are reduced.

Together with the motor, customers could purchase connectors that would let the motor run sewing machines, meat grinders, and hair dryers. Today, motors have become the type of successful technology that has become invisible. Motors are found in various types of equipment and machines such as toothbrushes, hair dryers, car windows, 8 CHAPTER 1 What Are Smart Objects? 3 Ubiquitous computing is a vision for the future of computers where computing moves into everyday objects. and automatic locks. Yet very few of us ever consider that a motor drives these everyday items.

3 Ubiquitous computing is a vision for the future of computers where computing moves into everyday objects. and automatic locks. Yet very few of us ever consider that a motor drives these everyday items. Of course, if we stop and think about it, we can imagine that there are small motors inside these systems, but we never see the motor as a defining feature. Motors have become invisible. Ubiquitous computing has become an established academic research field with several major annual conferences and a number of scientific journals.

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