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 →
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.
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 →
Link (in Swedish – use Google Translate).
Experience Mobile Mobile
A gigantic interactive chandelier/mobile that plays Christmas jingles.
To add a little xmas spice to the mix, anyone could go online, compose and play their own jingle (and enjoy annoying the hell out of people waiting around in the reception). This was achieved by playing the thing live, using your computer keyboard from a web browser.
Mobile Mobile being played Read more →
With this mirror you can keep up to date with the latest things. You can access the weather, or stream a video of your choice, all while putting on your make up, or just looking at your own miserable face.
It uses a complementery app to adjust what is shown on the mirror, and apparently you can also take 360-degree photos Read more →
Ubi-in-da-club, makes your club the smartest of them all. When you enter the club, you receive a bracelet. You can interact with the bracelet and it gives you all information that you need.
You don’t need a patch anymore, the bracelet connects to the hanger of your jacket. This makes it easier for the staff and also prevents lost patches.
The bracelet Read more →
This project was made in the course Design – Build – Test. The project was to make an application for Apple Watch which would interact with a speaker so that the user could control the music, source and sound etc. from the clock it self. Might not be the most interactive with no automated smartness, but still.
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The Dancing Pavilion is an interactive house built for the Rio Olympics. The floor inside the house has been equipped with sensors that sense hove the people inside move, and sensors that also senses the music that are being played. The walls of the house consists of circular shapes with mirrors on one side, and different colours on the other side. These Read more →
In the course Ubiquitous Computing we worked with a project we call ubIksu. Our solution to make the gym Iksu (a large and often crowded gym) into a smart environment. Our goal was to make it easier for gym members to plan their exercise ahead and don’t end up waiting at every machine. We also wanted to help the staff and gym members Read more →