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Wearable Technology Took a Whole New Turn – Introducing Biometric Tech Tattoos

People have tried wearable technologies, like tech bracelets, arm bands, etc. mainly for health or activity monitoring purposes. How about we tech that technology and put it directly onto our skins, a tattoo if that’s what you’d like to call?

An Austin-based software design and development company, Chaotic Moon, has recently built a prototype of the first ever high-tech tattoo that uses conductive paint with advanced sensors that collect all the biometric data from your body. In short, it acts as a complete healthy monitoring tattoo.

You may have heard the name, Chaotic Moon, before. It is the same company that is famous for designing unheard-before wearable techs. For instance, one of its craziest yet meaningful inventions is the proximity-sensing headband, Sentiri that we’ve talked about in our last post. The company strives to design and build stuff that can help humanity evolve and take better care of their health.

Back to the “tech tattoo”, you may be wondering by now that if it’d be like a regular tattoo, you won’t be able to get it off of your skin. Don’ you? Well, unlike other implant or cyberpunk sort of technology, this tattoo will be temporary. It can easily be washed off or removed.

Much like other health monitoring devices or gadgets, the tattoo can also collect different types of biometric data of a body and upload it to a device for medical purposes. It can even detect the body temperature of the user, and it can also sense whether the user is experiencing stress which will be based on the user’s heart rate or sweat.

However, the tattoo has the ability or potential to go many steps beyond. For instance, the tech-tattoo can be used for location-tracking of the user as well. Plus, it can also check whether the user’s body has pathogens in it or if it is poisoned. This type of features can be very useful in military level.

If this technology is mastered and churned out a bit chip in the market, lots of crazy-heads – yes those cyberpunks – might experience the cyborg-like body without getting their skins cut off for any augmentation.

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Sona Connected Bracelet – Let’s You Meditate With More Control & Style

Meditation is a serious need in today’s day and age. The cutthroat competition around us and the fast-paced lifestyle leave little to no room for us to give our mind and body the “Zen” it frantically craves.

So, what could be the best way to track our daily activities and acquire the needed zen without slowing ourselves down? Connected Technologies…! Sona, a renowned maker of connected wearables, has recently introduced its first connected bracelet. The bracelet’s job is to help you improve your overall wellness through activity tracking.

Indeed, Sona’s connected bracelet isn’t the first wearable that lets you track your heart rate as there are many other that came before it. However, what make’s Sona stand out from the hordes of similar gadgets out there is that it takes fitness tracking a step beyond.

Unlike other connected wearables, Sona provides a more detailed or advanced heart rate information. It has a built in Heart Rate Variability (HRV) tracker that that not just tracks your pulse rate but also gives you the added information about your cardiovascular and even nervous system.

The bracelet comes in three appealing color combinations. It is made of genuine leather, and milled metal hardware, plus the glossy looks. Apart from advanced sensors like PPG and MEMS motion sensors, it also has a built in vibrator that notifies the users of any incoming calls or text.

Perhaps, one of the most remarkable features of Sona is its Caeden App that tracks even the slight changes in the heart rate and immediately directs you to its Resonance system, which is a meditation program that helps you catch your breath and stabilize your heart rate.

The early-bird pricing for the Sona connected bracelet is $129 that includes some pre-order-exclusive addons like carrying pouch, charging dock, etc.

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Bubble Messaging – The Newest Addition to Facebook’s Feature-Rich Inventory

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When you can’t acquire someone, you can just imitate it and present something close to it as your own. Well, it is what Facebook apparently aiming for, after failing to acquire SnapChat in 2013.

It is now official that Facebook is experimenting with its own ephemeral, aka bubble, messaging feature, and the first one that will be bestowed upon by this new feature is France. Hourra to you, France!

The feature is available in both Andoird and iOS, and works pretty much like SnapChat. The messages will be gone, vanish, poof after 60 minutes, which I believe is enough to convey any sensitive information without worrying about anyone spying on it later.

In an official statement to NBC News, Facebook shared “Starting today, we’re conducting a small test in France of a feature that allows people to send messages that disappear an hour after they’re sent.” “Disappearing messages gives people another fun option to choose from when they communicate on Messenger”, the company added.

The bubble messaging feature can be activated via tapping the glass-hour icon on the upper tab, before sending the message. The feature can be activated or deactivated by anyone in the chat group.

For Facebook, it’s a pretty bold yet highly decisive step. It is because if the feature gets the traction that FB is desperately expecting, it’d bring the company head to head with SnapChat that rules dominantly in the realm of ephemeral messaging.

In fact, since the last time SnapChat declined Facebook’s $3 Billion takeover offer, it has gained a gigantic amount of users, with 200 million monthly users.

Regardless, the testing is still on-going in France these days, and hopefully the feature will be rolled out in the coming months or so.

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8 Apple Products You Probably Never Heard Of

Apple is the world’s most renowned brand that has ever existed, especially in the tech market. In fact, when we say smartphone, the very first product that comes to mind is its flagship product, iPhone, or iPad if we are talking about tablet PCs.

Surprisingly, there are some limited edition products that although spitted out by the same brand, but has never skyrocketed the popularity chart as Apple’s current products.

Lo and behold, the 8 rare products by Apple that failed to make any impact on the market, or at least on any consumers’ mind.

  1. Apple II Game Tapes
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Before floppy drives become a thing – yes, way back then – Apple creatively used cassettes to run their applications. Amazingly, back then you could even find a couple of great games in those cassettes as well such as Star Wars.

  1. Wall Hanging
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Apple once collaborated with a famous artist Myra Burg and produced 25 limited-edition rainbow wall hangings. Since it was designed by Burg and had Apple’s logo on it, the wall hanging was sold for around $350. Of course, Steve Jobs took one as well.

  1. Apple’s Apparels
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Though quite unexpected, but yes Apple did try to enter the fashion line with its own, branded apparels.

  1. Apple’s Home Accessories
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Wall hangings and apparels were not the only odd products that Apple churned out way back then. Its collection also had, branded household accessories like mugs, towels, etc.

  1. Apple Printers
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Printers were among those rare gadgets as well that Apple tried to make popular, but ended up failing in that endeavor as well.

  1. Macintosh TV
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Apple TVs were not what they seem like today. In fact, they were big like the old TV set and would come with a dual feature, i.e., as a Monitor TV. With only 10K units churned out back then, the product terribly failed.

  1. Apple Pippin
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Apple is now indeed a giant in tech industry but back then it wasn’t. Still, it tried to dip its hands into every market, and gaming consoles aren’t exceptional. However with just 40K units produced, the Apple gaming console, Pippin, ended up getting shut down.

  1. Apple QuickTake
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image courtesy of: Jared C. Benedict

Apple once tried to taste the camera industry as well. The camera came with Apple’s logo on it but built by Fijifilm and Kodak. As usual, the product also left the shelf quite early.

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Tesla Model S is Going to Let You Experience the Joy of Driving Auto-Pilot Cars

Few months back Tesla unveiled that it is soon going to integrate a new technology into its cars, i.e., Autopilot. Yes, soon we are going to experience the enormous joy of driving self-driven cars that would need little to no attention from the driver, and thus make the entire journey hassle-free.

Long ago, self-driving cars was just a far-fetched dream. However, with the current advancements it is now possible to dip our feet into this uncharted ocean and experience what it feels like to drive an autopilot vehicle.

That being said, the current autopilot technology isn’t fully matured yet, though it will be, soon. In fact, Tesla, the Billionaire, Entrepreneur, Engineer and Inventor, advised himself that right now the self-driving cars should be used on the highways, not the streets. It is because the autopilot feature integrated into Tesla Model S system isn’t fully efficient enough to distinguish between stop lights, and such.

Regardless, driving an autopilot vehicle is itself a miracle which is first experienced by the team at TechCrunch. Recently, TC was given the first ride to its Model S and the reviews given by the rep was something.

Tesla Model S is loaded with four main equipments that power its autopilot feature: 12 long-ranged ultrasonic sensors that can sense anything within 16 feet of the car, forward radar that allows the car to see clearly ahead even in unfair weather condition like rain and fog, a forward-facing camera that acknowledges speed limits, and an efficient braking system that is digitally maneuvered.

The autopilot system in Tesla Model S is so amazing and efficient that it can do parallel parking with almost zero percent error.

Coming back to the test ride video, it shows the TC’s rep having a smooth driving experience. The car gracefully maintains the speed, and keeps the car on the lane. Seeing that the autopilot isn’t fully matured yet, the driver has to interact with the street every few minutes or seconds. In other words, you can’t just lay back and relax while the car drives you to the desired destination.

The autopilot system comes with both Model S and Xs however with the one-time fee of $2, 500 for activation.

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The Cat is Out of the Bag – Facebook Finally Unveils Its “Dislike” Button

Facebook “Dislike” button is perhaps the most awaited feature of the decade. Luckily, the never-ending wait is finally over as the dislike book has been finally revealed a few days ago.

However, it is not like the usual dislike button some users would expect, unless they have been closely following the updates. To add more engagement to conversations and, perhaps, more transparency to users’ reactions to a post, Facebook has integrated into emoji-based buttons that it calls “reactions”. The feature is added to its “Like” button and can be accessed upon hovering over it or pressing it (for mobile app).

To those who have been eagerly following the updates on the “dislike-button”, expected that something like this would happen. After all, Mark Zuckerberg gave a hint on September that the button wouldn’t be a simple “hands-down”. Zuckerberg stated while talking to Venture Beat that since “Like-button” isn’t a suitable response to posts on war, crime or death, a simple dislike isn’t different than that. Hence, it would clearly be more vulnerable to abuse.

Since Facebook always strive to improve users’ interaction experience, emoji-based buttons would suit more to users’ liking. With the new feature, users can clearly express whether they find the post amusing, sad or unpleasant. For now, Facebook has introduced only six emoticons to the Like button yet such as Love, Sad, or angry. Whether more emoticons will be added to the list or not, who knows!

The sad thing about the new feature, or more like an extension, is that it isn’t available to all the billions of Facebook users. Reactions, the emoticons, has been opened to only the users of Spain and Ireland, and the feature will more likely be tweaked and improved based on the users’ response.

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‘Minority Report’, New TV Series Predicts the Technology the Future Will Hold

If you haven’t heard it yet, Minority Report has been turned to a TV series with its pilot episode aired on Sep. 21, 2015. Soon after its movie version was released in 2002, we saw a rapid surge in technological wonders say like touch or gesture technology, smartphones, tablet PCs with iPad being the first, and so on.

Similarly, the new Minority Report TV series has said to be unveiling some of the incredible technologies that according to Greg Borenstein’s vision the next 50 years will produce. Borenstein is a Media Lab graduate at MIT whom the TV producer approached to – just like Steven Spielberg did when he reached to MIT researcher John Underkoffler – to get the idea of conceptual technologies of the future.

So, let’s see what sort of future technologies Mr. Borenstein has envisioned:

  • The reincarnation of extinct species with DNA sequencing. Envisioning extinct species brought back to life isn’t a new concept as it is already being researched for quite many years. Still, it is one of the most anticipated technologies that every scientist is looking forward to.
  • Emotionally customized ads will be taken to the next level. Ads that are bespoken based on emotions are part of today’s marketing campaigns worldwide. However, Borenstein believes that in the few years, this bespoke advertisement will see its next phase when the advertisements will be modified to specific consumers.
  • Mass-scaling of contact-lenses cameras for law enforcers. Cameras have become a necessity for the law enforcers to record the true moments of every situation they go through throughout the day take for instance the dashboard camera in a police car. Borenstein predicts that soon these cameras will be embedded into contact-lenses for better convenience plus efficiency.
  • Skype communication will take an evolutionary step in the form of 3D or holographic communication. It is true that people are tired of video conferencing using flat screens, and now they want more. Seeing that need of the people today, it is not long that Skype conversations will be held using 3D or holographic technology.
  • Augmented reality technology will be used to recreate crime scenes. What could help our society better than figuring out the crimes right on the spot and bring justice to everyone’s life.
  • Autopilot cars will be the norm, and mind-controlling will take its first step. Google has already taken the first step to producing autopilot cars, and soon we will see such cars all around us. However, mind-controlling different species is something quite far-fetched, but not impossible.
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Google’s Project Jacquard, Turn Your Clothing to Interactive Technology

After churning out the incredible marvels of technology like interactive eyewears, autopilot cars and whatnot, Google is now going to manufacture world’s first electronic textile, aka E-textile.

At a developer’s conference held in May, Google unveiled its new, ground-breaking technological wonder, The Project Jacquard which was named after the 19th century loom. The project’s core innovation revolves around its “conductive yarn” that is so strong and robust that it can be woven on any industrial loom.

The amazing thing about the jacquard yarn is that it is totally indistinguishable in that it can blend perfectly well with any synthetic and natural fiber say silk, cotton and polyester that it’d look like “just a normal yarn”, says the textile development and project lead, Shiho Fukuhara in an introductory video.

A thin metallic alloy will be at the core of clothe around which the regular fiber would be braided. The thread will be connected to the chip – with a size of a button – that would react to touch and gesture interactivity. With the gesture control, one can monitor heart-rate, interactive with a mobile app, and do whole lot of other cool things.

Designers and developers will be able to create customized gestures and touch interactivity using the conductive yarn. Moreover, sensor grids will be placed throughout the fabric to create a large interactive surface so that user can interact with the technology from anywhere on the fabric.

When the users interact with the fabric, data would wirelessly be transmitted to their connected device, be it their smartphones, laptops, tablets, or any other smart gadget for that matter.

Ultimately, the gesture interactivity on the e-textiles will be used to easily access the functions of any device and use however the way the use would want for instance listening to songs, answering calls, skimming contact’s list, or any other cool feature designers will come up with when the technology is out in the market ready for mass-scaling.

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