Amiigo, the Smart Wearable Sensor That Knows What You’re Doing
Wearable sensors or fitness-tracking bracelets, such as the Nike+ FuelBand or Fitbit Flex, are starting to go mainstream. But now, there’s a new competitor in town — the Amiigo.
The team of entrepreneurs behind this new wristband claims their product is better than the others because it can automatically tell what kind of exercise you’re performing. Amiigo will also be able to differentiate more than 100 exercises, track your movements and collect a number of physiological metrics like heart rate and blood oxygen levels.
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“ Amiigo, the Smart Wearable Sensor That Knows What You’re Doing
Wearable sensors or fitness-tracking bracelets, such as the Nike+ FuelBand or Fitbit Flex, are starting to go mainstream. But now, there’s a new competitor in town — the…
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Chainsaw robot programmed to carve two stools from a single log
A chainsaw robot visited Cologne last week for a single purpose: to carve stools. The robot is nameless, but the furniture it produces on its own is called the 7xStool, which was designed by Tibor Weissmahr and Tom Pawlofsky. The latter programmed the robot to carve two 7xStools from a single log, and the robot performed this feat twice a day during live performances for visitors to Passagen 2013 design week.
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4 reasons ‘entre-ployees’ will reshape tech innovation in 2013:
[VentureBeat] Some forward-thinking companies are looking to take innovation to the next level by giving employees the chance to launch their own companies while on the job. These new hybrid entrepreneur-employees — or “entre-ployees” — are poised to reshape the face of the tech industry. Click here to read more…
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