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  The Arc neckband by OmniWear uses eight different vibration motors to keep track of enemies. This neckband is meant to help gamers stay on top of their game (Photo from Omniwear)   Cheap, abundant sensors give rise to frivolous use in this one. Ever since Nintendo gave birth to the Power Glove in the 80s, companies have been shelling out video game accessories to further immerse players in the heart of the game. Today is no different; remember all the accessories made for the Wii ...
The Snoo crib rocks and soothes your baby to sleep with gentle sounds and motions. Snoo keeps your baby safe and happy in the middle of the night (Photo from Happiest Baby)   Having a child is one of life’s most rewarding experience for some. It’s also tiring for the parents of newborns. Prepare for sleepless nights as you try to figure out why the baby is crying at 3 in the morning. Isn’t there a better way? One company heard the aggravated yawns of parents everywhere an ...
A team at John Hopkins University is experimenting using red pulses to help heart conditions. An illustration of EKG readings before, during, and after exposure to light pulses (via John Hopkins University)   Have you ever accidentally shocked yourself while unplugging your phone? The zap only last for less than a second, but the sting is unforgettable. Imagine that pain surging through your heart. That’s what happens when a defibrillator is used. Yes, while it can kickstart the hear ...
MIT researchers discovered how to read through a stack of papers using a terahertz camera and computational imaging. Their current results are promising and could have huge implications for historians, librarians, and maybe even secret agents. Barmak Heshmat, research scientist at the MIT Media Lab, reads through a closed book. (via Barmak Heshmat)   MIT researchers have created a whole new technology.  Well, at least they've created a whole new technology out of existing technologie ...

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