Device of the week: CubeSensors
Jane BertheimTuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 03:26:23 pm
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 →
Never miss the thrash can again!
Viktor SiegerTuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 09:08:54 am
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.
Cindy ChanTuesday, Aug 30, 2016 - 12:26:48 am
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 →
Device of the Week: Cicret Bracelet
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 →
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 →
dotw2: AR Music Kit
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 →
The Belty /Device #2
Belty Good Vibes is a wearable device created by Emiota, a French start-up, and it is available for pre-order from $395 onwards.
The smart belt – called The Belty – connects to the user’s smartphone to set up different preferences based on things like sitting or standing.
The Belty has a number of motors built in, and it will automatically tighten when Read more →
Viktor SiegerWednesday, Aug 24, 2016 - 05:50:57 pm
After discussing the concept of a smart mirror we tried to think of new ways the smart mirror could be used. One of the ideas was that the mirror could give the person in front of the mirror different make-up looks by swiping left or right.
Device of the week: Smartmarker
Jane BertheimTuesday, Aug 23, 2016 - 04:58:39 pm
Smartmarker – No more photos of whiteboards
Directly sends the written information from the whiteboard to an app where other persons can follow the lecture live.
“Using the Smartmarker, everything you write, draw, and present can be instantly stored and shared. This enables you to connect with meeting attendees all over the world who can experience the Read more →
Cornelia Damber HåkanssonTuesday, Aug 23, 2016 - 04:46:49 pm
Link (in Swedish – use Google Translate).