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PC math game responds to kids’ emotions as they learn

PC math game responds to kids’ emotions as they learn | Curious Mind | Scoop.it

Canadian SMARTeacher has come up with a PC math game that not only recognizes children's emotions as they learn, but also adapts the game accordingly.

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Behold, The Very First Documentary Shot With Google Goggles

Behold, The Very First Documentary Shot With Google Goggles | Curious Mind | Scoop.it
Remember when we said that Google Glass needed Gucci and Prada to reinvent its tech as cool?
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Light-emitting headset reduces tiredness

Light-emitting headset reduces tiredness | Curious Mind | Scoop.it

The Re-Timer device uses light to realign wearers' bodyclocks and combat tiredness.


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In Sweden, bus stops offer light therapy

Umeå Energi has replaced bus stop advertising boards with therapeutic illumination, hoping to tackle instances of winter depression.


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Jane McGonigal: The game that can give you 10 extra years of life | Video on TED.com

TED Talks When game designer Jane McGonigal found herself bedridden and suicidal following a severe concussion, she had a fascinating idea for how to get better. She dove into the scientific research and created the healing game, SuperBetter.

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Does the internet of things need its own internet? - GigaOM

Does the internet of things need its own internet? - GigaOM | Curious Mind | Scoop.it
Does the internet of things need its own internet?GigaOMMobile operators believe there networks will enjoy a second life as the backbone of the internet of things, but a French startup Sigfox begs to differ.

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