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Weekly Device: SignAloud

Arvid Långström

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 04:43:50 pm

@ Amazing site 3000

The SignAloud gloves can translate sign language(American Sign Language) to speech. This helps people who normally have trouble to communicate, such as deaf or mute people. It gives them a voice in a sense.

With sensors on the wrists and hands it can measure movement and position, and which signs are made.  This is then sent via bluetooth to a computer, which then Read more →

Categories: Scrapbook

Hoodie Movement


Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 04:32:28 pm

@ GohNat

With Arvid, Martin, Yi Xian, Nat

After discussing on what to improve on the Hiody, we came up with the idea of adding sensors (accelerometers) to a leader hoodie’s sleeves. Then, there will be follower hoodies that will have sensors attached to the sleeves near to the triceps and biceps.

When the leader hoodie moves, the data from the accelerometer will be Read more →

Categories: Presentation

Device of Week#2


Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 04:07:06 pm

@ Katlagrottan

Clime is a small thing with multiple sensors inside it self, the sensors can feel temperature, movement, humidity and light. This gives the thing multiple areas of use for example exotic animals and herbs!


Categories: Scrapbook

Tape measure of the future

Cornelia Damber Håkansson

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 03:31:39 pm

@ Cornelia Damber Håkansson

The Bagel is a smart tape measure designed by Bagel Labs that will allow users to measure areas an original tape measure never could. The company expects to begin distribution in November 2016.

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Categories: Scrapbook

Device of the week: CubeSensors

Jane Bertheim

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 03:26:23 pm

@ Janes portfolio

A smart device that tracks your living conditions. Place one CubeSensor in each room at home and you will receive information about how to improve things such as temperature, light, sound and so on.

Measuring activity, sleep and food intake helps you build better habits. Yet it becomes harder to make the right choices if your home or office are Read more →

Categories: Scrapbook

Never miss the thrash can again!

Viktor Sieger

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 09:08:54 am

@ viktor.sieger

Does your room get cluttered with papers on the floor after a long study session? Not a problem anymore, this smart thrash can sensor and calculate where the thrash will land and move to that position. This way your room will still stay clean even after a long study session.

Categories: Scrapbook


Cindy Chan

Tuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 12:26:48 am

@ C I N D Y

Fineck: The World’s First Wearable Device For Your Neck


We are the generation of workaholics and smartphone geeks. We spend hours on the computer and smartphone every day and eventually we all started to suffer in neck pain.


Fineck can track the movements of our neck and recognize the body postures, reminding you of your health status. By using those features, Fineck Read more →

Categories: Scrapbook
Tags: Fineck | fit | health | neck

Device of the Week: Cicret Bracelet


Monday, Aug 29, 2016 - 10:51:29 pm

@ GohNat

Cicret bracelet is a device that enables you to perform functions of your phone on ur forearm. It allows you to access your phone with just a flick of your wrist and closes it with another flick.

There is a projector in the bracelet itself to project your phone screen. There are 8 long proximity sensors on top of the projector Read more →

Categories: Scrapbook

Mediated Mirror


Monday, Aug 29, 2016 - 03:19:33 pm

@ Ting Chou

If a mirror is the classic interface for experiencing your own presence, what would a technologically-mediated mirror be like that doesn’t let you see your own face? A Kinect tracks the movement of users’ heads, and a Processing sketch triggers the mirror perpendicular to the user to turn via a small servo, obscuring their reflection. The prototype works with multiple Read more →

Categories: Research | Scrapbook

dotw2: AR Music Kit

Yi Xian

Monday, Aug 29, 2016 - 03:37:06 am

@ The Forge

AR Music Kit is an interactive audio device created by London-based sound artist/designer Yuri Suzuki. It was developed in partnership with his YS Labs team and Google’s Data Arts Team.

AR Music Kit creates a unique ‘do it yourself’ musical experience which allows users to make music using just an app, print outs and everyday objects. Users print and cut out Read more →

Categories: Scrapbook