Tag: Wearable Tech

Thermal Sensors Could Be Used To Offer Better Hand Tracking Solutions

Image credit – Cornell University Advertising Right now hand tracking technology relies on things like cameras and built-in sensors like a gyroscope and accelerometer. While these seem to work just fine for today’s applications, researchers at Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have come up with a potentially better method. This method of hand […]

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Apple’s AR Glasses Could Offer Enhanced Privacy For The iPhone

According to the rumors, Apple is said to be working on a pair of AR glasses. What the company plans on doing with these glasses is unclear, but now in a patent discovered by AppleInsider, it seems that one of the potential uses for Apple’s wearable headset could be enhanced privacy for iPhone users. Advertising […]

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Researchers Have Developed A Medical Wearable Using Just Paper And Pencil

These days with everything being digital, using pens/pencils and writing on paper almost feels archaic. However, it seems that maybe we shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss the humble pencil and paper just yet, especially when researchers have discovered that it is possible to create medical wearables using nothing but that. Advertising Thanks to a […]

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Inventor Creates A Virtual Time Machine That Lets Him Travel Back In Time

Time machines are usually the stuff of science fiction, and whether or not this is something that humans will be able to achieve one day is really anyone’s guess. However, inventor Lucas has created a pretty awesome alternative, where through devices like Snap’s Spectacles, he has created a virtual time machine that lets him travel […]

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