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The human body will be the next computer interface

The human body will be the next computer interface | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it
Humans have been interfacing with machines for thousands of years. You have probably heard a lot about wearables, living services, the Internet of Things, and smart materials by now.

Via Kenneth Mikkelsen, David Hain, ABroaderView, Kalani Kirk Hausman
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To see the future, first we must understand the past. Humans have been interfacing with machines for thousands of years. We seem to be intrinsically built to desire this communion with the made world.


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LifeBeam Brings Fighter Pilot Heart-Monitoring Technology To Your ...

LifeBeam Brings Fighter Pilot Heart-Monitoring Technology To Your ... | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it
LifeBeam is kicking off an Indiegogo campaign for a new smart cycling helmet that uses smart sensors to track your heart rate. LifeBeam is an Israel-based..
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Meta plans true augmented reality with Epson-powered wearable

Meta plans true augmented reality with Epson-powered wearable | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it

"The augmented reality scene is hotting up, with the promise of full computer-mediated vision for the mainstream and another hint that Google won’t have the Glass market all to itself thanks to an incoming headset from startup Meta. The wearable project actually goes one step further than Project Glass, putting a full twin-display digital environment – controlled by two hand 3D tracking – in front of the user, rather than floating notifications and prompts in the corner of their eye as Google’s system does."


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The human body will be the next computer interface

The human body will be the next computer interface | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it
Humans have been interfacing with machines for thousands of years. You have probably heard a lot about wearables, living services, the Internet of Things, and smart materials by now.

Via Kenneth Mikkelsen, David Hain, ABroaderView, Kalani Kirk Hausman
Emily Bowsher's insight:

interesting 

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David Hain's curator insight, March 6, 2013 10:25 PM

Scary but compelling...

Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, March 7, 2013 11:13 PM

To see the future, first we must understand the past. Humans have been interfacing with machines for thousands of years. We seem to be intrinsically built to desire this communion with the made world.


Click the headline to read this fascinating Article.

Selena Mini's comment, March 9, 2013 1:46 AM
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Garmin looks to make dog training easier with four new electronic collars.. woof

Garmin looks to make dog training easier with four new electronic collars.. woof | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it

"Garmin is usually a name we associate with GPS and satellite navigation, but did you know that the company also competes in the pet sector? Strange as it may seem, it’s true, and today the company announced two new series to add to its dog collar line up. Being introduced today are the BarkLimiter and Delta series of electronic dog collars, and they’re aimed at helping owners train their dog with fewer headaches."


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EMBRACE+ bracelet.. smartphone notifications using light and color

EMBRACE+ bracelet.. smartphone notifications using light and color | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it

"EMBRACE+ is a new piece of wearable electronics currently in development, that wirelessly connects to a smartphone and lights up in different colors in conjunction with notifications received on the phone. The idea is that if the phone is tucked away in a bag, or not right near the user, he or she would be able to tell what kind of notification the device has received and whether or not it's something they will need to address immediately."


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Imersia's comment, March 6, 2013 1:38 PM
I like it, but I'd like it more if it had a speaker and microphone in it so I don't need to get my mobile out at all. Maybe bone connectivity so I can stick my finger in my ear to hear it? Off course that adds to the cost:)
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Apple Announces iPad Mini Launch Media Event On Oct 23rd

Apple Announces iPad Mini Launch Media Event On Oct 23rd | New Tech at Bohunt | Scoop.it
The wait is over now! Apple finally sent out the media invitations for the long rumored iPad Mini scheduled launch for October 23rd.
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