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Wearables continue to get smaller, cheaper, and more capable, and the latest to enter the fray is the Wyze Band. For a mere US$25 you get just about everything you could want from a compact fitness tracker.Continue ReadingCategory: Wearables, TechnologyTags: Fitness, Smart Home, Tracking, Health
Methane is a highly potent greenhouse gas that can come from all kinds of places, including industrial facilities, agriculture, the production of oil and gas, and natural sources like wetlands and bodies of water. NASA has developed a new 3D map to not only keep track of its sources but follow its movement as it builds up and travels in the atmosphere, offering a new tool in the efforts to mitiga
Although there are already complex prototype interfaces that track all of the fingers on a computer-user's hand, let's be honest – it's mostly just the index finger that matters. That's where the experimental AuraRing system is designed to come in.
A study has found dinosaur footprints in sandstone embedded between fossilized lava dating back 183 million years. During this time, a mass extinction was taking place and parts of the world were being transformed into a world of fire by volcanism.
The dream of a non-invasive device to continually monitor blood glucose levels has never become reality. The latest prospective technique, from the University of Warwick, uses artificial intelligence to detect low blood glucose from simple ECG data.
It's definitely annoying when you're trying to swat a mosquito that's flying around a room, but you lose track of where it is. Bzigo is designed to help, as it optically-tracks mozzies and then highlights them with an eye-safe laser.
It was just last year that we heard how scientists from Stanford University had designed a skin-worn sensor that measures stress via cortisol levels in the sweat. Now, researchers from that same institute have announced a similar sensor that tracks other vital signs... Continue Reading Stretchy sensor tracks its wearer's health via their skin Category: Wearables Tags: Monitorin
appearing as an alien-commanded vehicle, studio frank havermans created a transit shelter to view the urban dynamics from another angle. The post studio frank haverman’s installation provides a transit shelter amidst amsterdam train tracks appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Many mountain bikers already use smartphone apps to track basic ride metrics such as route/distance travelled, elevation gain, and speed. A group of four Danish cyclists wanted to take things significantly further, however, so they created TrailSense... Continue Reading TrailSense tracks and rates mountain bikers' performance Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling Kickstarter
If you're managing security at a large outdoor event, then it's important that you know where all of your staff are – at all times. A new system developed at Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology is designed to let users do just that, and it doesn't require a mobile phone network... Continue Reading Fraunhofer tech tracks security workers at big events Category


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