Smartbe is the first intelligent stroller for babies

smartbe intelligent stroller

If we are already talking about new cars that drive alone; why not also stroller for babies do the same? A group of technology entrepreneurs already work on it. It’s called Smartbe and is an intelligent stroller following the mom or dad, by a motion sensor, which allows parents to keep their hands free. The project just debuted on the website Indiegogo for massive funding, which seek funds for its development. If all goes as planned, the company will put the Smartbe on market in April 2017, to an estimated…

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A bracelet detects the movement of the muscles and allows you to control a prosthesis

MYO bracelet

Presented two years ago, MYO is a smart bracelet developed by the Canadian company Thalmic Labs that allows control systems and electronic devices by the movement of the muscles of the arm. This type of gesture control began to be used as a new gamepad for video games as well as a futuristic interaction in the way we interact with virtual objects. As often happens with other technologies, the performance of the MYO bracelet went beyond its main objectives, and researchers at Johns Hopkins University managed to find a different…

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Wi-Fi Halow: The direct competition of Bluetooth has a name

Wi-Fi Halow

The Wi-Fi Alliance announced the next version of the standard Wi-Fi wireless connectivity, call 802.11ah (the most recent is the 11ac). One of its major innovations is the inclusion of Halow mode, designed for the connected home, peripheral (especially the wearable technology and intelligent sports watches and bracelets), and use in automobiles, as well as applications of the Internet of Things. Wi-Fi Halow achieves a power consumption similar to Bluetooth (i.e., much lower than the Wi-Fi standard, vital for devices powered by a small battery), but with a much wider…

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