Tagged: Wearable Gadget

Fujitsu is developing wearable devices for site workers

Fujitsu wearable device

The emphasis on the development of wearable devices is more than ever before as tech companies and firms are looking to attract the potential customers with their cutting edge technology. Wearable technology has become main stream today with wearable gadgets dominating the market from the field of social interaction to health & fitness. So, why not in factory work? That’s what the Japanese companies are thinking, as they are developing wearable devices to help factory workers do their jobs more efficiently.
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Immersion is a game rage controlling wearable gadget

Immersion game rage controlling gadget

Life is so much in the fast lane that when things seem bit out of order we panic and that leads to frustration. And if you happen to be an addicted gamer then things don’t get any better. For example while gaming when you happen to get stuck in a difficult level or tend to lose the game just when you think it’s time to celebrate. This leads to what we call as game rage and this can have an effect in your real life too. You tend to be more agitated, lose your cool and tend to look like a freak when things get too far. To combat this whole chain of events that lead to game rage that can last for hours even days depending on the person encountering it, Samuel Matson has envisioned a gadget called Immersion that eliminates any game rage for gaming addicts. The idea behind this gizmo is to read any signs of increase in heart rate/pulse and change the in-game difficulty according to it. For example if during a RPG you are encountering too many hooligans or zombies which are hard to kill, the device will read you frustration and thereby alter the in-game events.

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Autographer is world’s first compact wearable camera with auto detect photography feature

When we talk of wearable technologies how we cannot expect a gadget like camera to be astray from this latest trend. Capturing your favorite shots is now going to be much more fun as Autographer, world’s first wearable camera will change the way we were accustomed to capture time in frozen frames. Boasting off a 136 degree eye view lens having 5 in-built sensors, this custom built 5 megapixel camera is beefed up with advanced algorithms that tell you the exact catchy moment when you should click a photo. This is done by calculating the changes in temperature, color, direction or any subject in front of the camera in motion or still. Autographer can be easily worn around your neck just like a locket so that whenever it detects a key moment for the shot, the picture is clicked automatically in single shot mode or continuous one which can be used to make a stop-frame video too.
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