Gesture control technology, as it currently stands, certainly had a good run. How many games of Wii Bowling did you play with your parents, for instance? However, the tech has always been limited due...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- In 2014, fitness was the name of the game in wearables and the broader Internet-of-Things category. But in this fast-changing world of connected stuff, 2015 is destined to become the Year
The MagZip is an invention that will have everyone scratching their heads and asking “Now why didn’t I think of that?” It eliminates the ...
Good to see someone focusing on how we can connect up objects to themselves on our bodies when we have limited dexterity or strength. I hope this filters through to other designers of clothing and other objects worn on the body.
“ The ability to exchange emotions felt during sex may soon be a reality Imagine a world where you could feel the emotions of another person at a distance. Now imagine the possibilities it could open up for sex. Heather Schlegel, a futurist and former Silicon Valley techie, is doing just that. In the next two …”
Via Andrea Graziano
(Phys.org)—By wearing clothes that have been dip-coated in a silver nanowire (AgNW) solution that is highly radiation-insulating, a person may stay so warm in the winter that they can greatly reduce or even eliminate their need for heating their home. Considering that 47% of global energy is spent ...
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“The Wall Street Journal has uncovered Sony's clandestine involvement in a smartwatch project. Under the name Fashion Entertainment (FES), the company has thrown an electronic paper watch into the wearable product scrum.”
Using Rhino to create CAD models and a plug-in known as Grasshopper, Adrian Goegl designed unique, custom eyeglass frames. These were then printed in polyamide provided by i.materialise's online 3D printing service.