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Sensory Fiction - book cover's 150 LEDs reflect mood of the current page. Certain passages send the protagonist's emotional or physical state to the reader through a wearable network of sensors and actuators: vibrations to reflect heart rate, airbags to reflect tightness in chest, heating device to change temperature, and sound. By Felix Heibeck, Alexis Hope, Julie Legault (MIT)

A project out of MIT called Sensory Fiction relays characters' emotions through networked sensors and actuators worn by the reader. Will future books be yet another wearable technology?

An EEG That Fits Inside Your Ear | MIT Technology Review  Device Could Spot Seizures by Reading Brainwaves through the Ear A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures. By Aviva Hope Rutkin on August 15, 2013

An EEG That Fits Inside Your Ear

Device Could Spot Seizures by Reading Brainwaves through the Ear A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures.

Sensory Fiction, felix heibeck, alexis hope, julie legault– "have developed a wearable device that, when attached to the body, changes the bearer’s physical characteristics — the application of which is used for reading, so that the wearer can feel the excitement, desires and sympathies of the protagonist as they read a tech-connected book. ‘traditionally, fiction creates and induces emotions and empathy through words and images.’"

MIT academics have developed a wearable device that changes the bearer's physical characteristics, the application of which is used for reading, so that the wearer can feel the emotions of the protagonist as they read a tech-connected book.

Sensores wearable que detetam ataques de epilepsia e chamam por ajuda.

Sensores wearable que detetam ataques de epilepsia e chamam por ajuda.

Layar is the global leader in augmented reality and interactive print technology. Print materials spring to life with digital content using the world’s augmented reality app.

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Forget flexible: stretchy electronics will make devices truly wearable

Forget flexible: stretchy electronics will make devices truly wearable

Researchers develop prototypes for stretchable electronics, which could one day become the norm for personal devices.

Interactive exhibits for a museum of iPhone gestures: Multi-Touch Gestures by Gabriele Meldaikyte

Multi-Touch iPhone Gestures by Gabriele Meldaikyte

Gabriele Meldaikyte Design Products Department Royal College of Art objects which mimic multi-touch gestures

Chronos - Tools For Live Recording Animation

This project explored how can we create intuitive communication and lessen the friction between people and technology. As well as how we can we create a better user experience and depth in the interaction with today’s objects?

La réalité augmentée sans smartphone c'est possible

La réalité augmentée sans smartphone c'est possible

When someone claims to have produced the "world's fastest" docking station, it's hard not to take notice. That's exactly what Dittrich California Inc. is claiming with its new All-Dock, which comes in four- and six-port options.

1 stop docking station from All-Dock, Kickstarter project from Dittrich California in Berkley, can charge up to 6 devices simultaneously Yes instead of having them scattered around my office!

Blind Sight: The Next Generation of Sensory Substitution Technology - The Crux | DiscoverMagazine.com

New technology offers ever more advanced ways of substituting one sensory experience for another from seeing with sound, driving with fingertips for blind patients, to seeing through touch via the tongue.

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