Updates from July, 2014 Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts
• MDDIonline.com / Samsung Simband
Art is Open Source.net / an Emotional Compass: new ideas for wayfinding in cities
I was poking around Sangli Li’s website, the photographer & MDP student who shot our XWD pix. While we’ve been so serious with Extreme Wearables, he’s been having whimsical fun working on Expressive Wearables. And you definitely can’t do that with a phone!
Here’s a Sept 2013 video Joseph found where Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announces the Quark processor. At 2:30 he talks about wearables. At 4:30 another speaker, a not identified woman, (anybody know who she is?) talks about a wrist-worn sensor, and at 5:00 she talks about the MC10 “Band-Aid” Skin Sensor we looked at during our research at MDP on Saturday, June 28. We had a hard time telling if the MC10 was available or not, but in the video she states that it’s still in development.
“Vessyl can even tell you whether you need to drink more water by displaying a vivid blue line that rises and falls dependent upon your hydration level. Vessyl calls this part of the technology “Pryme,” and it can be displayed independently on the cup itself, or within the app to show you not only how hydrated you are, but for how long you remained at optimal hydration levels. All of which coincides with the Vessyl mantra of empowering people to make better choices.”
Sharon Gong and Glenn Zucman are discussing. Toggle Comments