Google Glass, is an optical head-mounted display designed in the shape of eyeglasses, by Google X (now renamed X).
The Google Glass, when worn, displays information and allows the user to do various simple functions, eg. snap a photo, send messages or images, by activating a voice command or toggling the capacitive touchpad along the right side of the glasses. Read more →
This device uses tactile feedback, users can press the dots and plan.b will provide spoken information about the corresponding area. it shows the user’s immediate surroundings.
The device mentions the names of specific buildings or even geographic features.
SafeWallet is a secure wallet and the first anti-theft and anti-loss wallet around the world. You will never lose it.
How it works:
SafeWallet is a real wallet which integrates motion sensor, light sensor, and BLE chipset. It has following functions:
If a thief wants to steal wallet from your pocket or bag, your wallet will beep loudly and your phone will Read more →
TZOA is a wearable enviro-tracker that measures air quality and more. Each device can send data (via a smart phone) to a central system that creates a map with information about the environment.
Bottlogues is about bottles being having their own narratives being told when the cork is taken out from the bottle.
When the bottles are placed onto the surface, the tabletop will light up in that region where the bottle is. Then, when the bottle cork Read more →
The device of the week is a thing that can measure your stress level through measuring the conductivity of your skin. The data is then transferred in to an app…
levelHead is a spatial memory game by Julian Oliver.
https://vimeo.com/1320756 levelHead uses a hand-held solid-plastic cube as its only interface. On-screen, it appears each face of the cube contains a little room, each of which are logically connected by doors.
The visual output is captured via a camera, and later overlaid onto the printed, checked. After which, the entire image (background Read more →
First date? Meeting friends of friends? Family gatherings with people you aren’t quite sure how you’re related to? Lauren McCarthy’s Conversacube is an interactive device which aims to eliminate conversational awkwardness by guiding and prompting users on what to say in order to effortlessly navigate such situations.
The Conversacube is placed in the centre, with one side facing each user. Each face of the Read more →
The Oombrella is a smart umbrella that lets you know when it’s going to rain. Additionally it also reminds you if so that you do not leave it behind. It sends data from the sensors to a server which in turn sends it to your mobile phone as a notification.
Dezeen has recently unveiled “Beep”, a clever interactive device developed by Gadi Amit studio. This little silver or bronze module broadcast music or radio from Internet when connected to house’s speakers. Its tactile dial function enable the user to stop music just by touching it.