Tag Archives: Wearables

My picks, 25

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Swift Catches Mega Flares from a Mini Star Next Big Thing – Wearables that are changing lives Swimming with Snakes: Biologist Marion Pullman One of Nature’s Most Amazing Sights To create for the ages, let’s combine art and engineering Stories of […]

My picks, 22

My picks from previous week. A Colorful Lunar Eclipse Stunning Timelapse of the Earth From Space The Mysterious Holes in the Atmosphere on Venus Soft Robotic Exosuit Re-engineering Sight Exoplanet Q & Alien GeForce GTX 980 & 970 Product Video Quantum Technologies The Radiology Detective: Utilizing Clues Within High-Tech Imaging Exams to Solve Medical Mysteries […]

Technology Adoption Barriers

Very little to add to these pictures.. But, very interesting story about the origins of Ubiquitous computing, a term coined by Mark Weiser at Xerox Parc in 1988… Please find links below in the references… I must add though, that we know how to solve these problems, given time of course.   References Mark Weizer, […]

Your Future Smart Wristband

This article is a quick overview of the state-of-the-art academic research in wearable sensors as applied to communicating emotion and affection and is based on a talk by Rosalind Picard from MIT Labs at Radcliffe Institute (reference at the end). Although the article is brief, number of references below is significant if you are interested […]