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¿Más allá de los videojuegos?: Digits Hand Tracker: Freehand 3D Computer Interaction Without Gloves

Digits, a wrist-worn gloveless sensor developed by Microsoft Research in Cambridge, U.K., enables 3-D computer interaction in any environment and is practical beyond computer gaming. Please find the video with more technical details here. 


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Gadgets para la ubicuidad: Twine+Pebble: Connect your world to your wrist

Pebble and Twine: two great connected objects that go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Twine, the easiest way to connect your objects to the Internet, will integrate the Pebble smartwatch as an output to rules. In Twine's web app, you'll be able to send notification of real-world events, like a basement flooding or a door opening, to your Pebble


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Con poder cerebral: Heads-On: MindWave Lets You Control Mobile Games With Brain Waves

Con poder cerebral: Heads-On: MindWave Lets You Control Mobile Games With Brain Waves | Maestr@s y redes de aprendizajes | Scoop.it

The Mindwave Mobile Brainwave Headset is a $130 EEG headset that’s compatible with iOS devices, Android phones, and, yes, even desktop computers. The headset measures brainwaves from your forehead — changes in electrical activity, really — which it then filters with complex algorithms to eliminate any interference from other electronic sources, and narrow down what those brainwaves really mean. Currently, the system can detect concentration, meditation and blinks, and uses these cues to control simple iOS and Android games.


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