Reality Editor wants to make programming virtually any object in your home as easy as possible. After three years of research at MIT’s Fluid Interfaces Lab, the team have got a working iOS app that allows you to link smart objects in your house by drawing a line between them on the screen of your phone. What that means is, if you have a Nest learning thermostat that has adjusted to your schedule and knows when to adjust the temperature, you could potentially connect that to your non-smart lights using Reality Editor so when the heat kicks in on a…

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