Augmented reality powerhouse Metaio has now branched out into the realm of tactile content control – on top of a stunning 3D computerized visual overlay, they’ve added the hardware necessary to make wearable tech truly interactive by turning the whole world into a touchscreen.
What if machines could react based on our mood and emotions? Enter in Rapport, a project that is attempting to bridge the gap between human emotion and the machines we’ve come to enjoy.
Harnessing the power of augmented reality technology, Evena has created the Eyes-On Glasses as a wearable device that allow medical professionals to see through skin. The glasses are a portable, real-time 3D imaging apparatus that takes the guesswork and discomfort out of IV insertion.
Researchers at the Neural Systems Laboratory at the University of Washington are believed to have created the first ever documented and approved human brain-to-brain communication. While it’s not exactly the superpower of telepathy we’ve all been dreaming of, it’s still pretty close.
The MYO is a gesture control armband from Thalmic Labs that uses the electrical activity of the body in order to interface with your electronic devices.
This short film delves into the effect of technology on our daily lives and what role they plan in modifying our behavior. Will tech continue its climb to dominate or will we push it into the background where it really belongs? Take a look and…
Google has been testing their AR glasses in stealth mode for the last couple of years and slowing have been releasing details to the public through various channels.