Posts Tagged 'sensor'

RISR: The App/Sensor That Reads Body Language for You

You’ve probably wanted at some point in time to be able to fully engage your date or a client. Here’s another tool to help you accomplish your goal. RISR is a “sensor web” that will help you get the most out of each conversation.

RISR sensor web mirror

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Lapka Sensors Turn iPhones into Tricorders

Are your curious about your environment? Have you always wanted a tricorder in your pocket? Well, check out Lapka’s iPhone sensors. They will pack a bunch of sensors in a svelte, compact package that you can take everywhere with you.

lapka personal sensor monitor iphone

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Intellego UV-Sensing Wristband: Never Get Fried by the Sun Again

Tanning can be dangerous, especially if you fall asleep on the beach while soaking in some rays. These UV-sensing wristbands will let you know when you’ve had too much sun. Once you’ve had your fill, they change colors to let you know when to cover up.

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DIY Google Street View Kit: For Areas Yet Unexplored by Google Maps

Do you envy Googlers going around town, scanning the world for their Street View feature in Google Maps? Then check out the DIY Street View Kit that was put together by the German designer Jan Martin. Now you’ll finally be able to scan all of the places that you’ve wanted.

diy streetview google maps

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DIY Tacit Haptic Glove: Now You Can Be Like Daredevil

Being visually impaired or blind isn’t something easy to deal with, but hopefully with future tech like this haptic glove, it will get easier. While it doesn’t replace a lost sense, it will help out trying to get around obstacles. The Tacit is a wrist-mounted sonar device, that offers haptic feedback for the visually-impaired.

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Digital Surfboard Won’t Surf For You, But Will Track Your Moves

This high-tech surfboard won’t actually surf for you, but it could let the judges in competitive surfing events know what exactly you’re doing, because it’s easy to miss the details when the waves are high.

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BodyMedia Wireless Armband BW Helps You Manage Your Waistline

BodyMedia unveiled their latest FIT Armband BW that will connect to your devices using Bluetooth. This means that it will connect to iOS devices, as well as cell phones, etc.

bodymedia fit armband sensor weight management health

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Movea Gyration Air Mouse: No Mousemat Needed

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After coming out with their Air Media Remote a little while ago, Movea has recently launched a new Air Mouse. What’s interesting is that this new mouse doesn’t need a mousemat or any surface to function, which is really cool. This means that it can be the perfect mouse for that media center computer you have hanging around in your living room, connected to your home theater setup.

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