Over the last year, I (and many of my colleagues) have spent a lot of time talking about the Internet of Everything (IoE) and how it’s transforming our world. I thought, however, it would be good to
Via Christophe Raix
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As part of their latest project called Septimu, Microsoft is working to incorporate health monitoring and mood detection into a pair of earbuds. Capable of monitoring heart rate, temperature and other biorhythms, the in-ear device would even be able to select the most appropriate music depending on your mood.
The earphones incorporate sensors such as thermometers, inward-facing microphones and IMUs – which work a lot like accelerometers – to pick up on key indicators throughout your body. Apart from using the headphones to correct your posture, they can also act as a health and exercise diary, providing a low-cost coaching solution, or a non-invasive form of remote medical care.
Via Sonali Fenner, JWT_WOW
Richard Platt's insight:
(from the Curator of IoT and Wearables): MSFT getting in on Wearables and doing some interesting things with the technology, nice