Category: Home & Wearable Biofeedback

How wearable tech is giving people a sixth sense | The Outline

How wearable tech is giving people a sixth sense | The Outline

Are health trackers imparting a permanent psycho-awareness of our bodies? Eloise Le Santo has a sixth sense. She can feel her body’s patterns: her oscillating levels of weakness and strength; her mental sharpness turning dull and then sharp again; and her emotions — the way that anger predictably subsides into calm. From noticing these sensations …

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Gadget Makers Target Health At CES Unveiled

Gadget Makers Target Health At CES Unveiled

(11 Nov 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY – AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION – AP CLIENTS ONLY New York – November 10, 2016 1. Various, attendees at CES Unveiled 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jonathan Roubini, Technology Expert: “So it looks like CES is going to be more of an aggregation of devices in your home that are all …

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DEF CON 16 – Ne0nRa1n & Kingpin: Brain Games: Make your own Biofeedback Video Game

DEF CON 16 – Ne0nRa1n & Kingpin: Brain Games: Make your own Biofeedback Video Game

DEF CON 16 – Ne0nRa1n & Kingpin: Brain Games: Make your own Biofeedback Video Game More and more scientific studies are weighing in on video games and their positive benefits. The dated idea of video games being damaging to one’s health and a waste of time is slowly being replaced with the idea of video …

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Nick Hasty – EM Brace, Wearable Communication Device 2008

Nick Hasty – EM Brace, Wearable Communication Device 2008

The EM Brace is a wearable device for physically engaging with the ambient electromagnetic radiation emitted by computers and other consumer electronics and electrical systems in general. The goal of this project is to make palpable and audible the hidden the invisible electromagnetic frequencies permeating everyday being, the same frequencies which provide the main transmission …

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Chill Out

Chill Out

@conference{avi_mobicase2013, name = {Chill-Out: Relaxation training through respiratory biofeedback in a mobile casual game}, author = {Avinash Parnandi, Beena Ahmed, Eva Shipp, Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna}, url = {http://psi.cse.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/parnandi-2013-mobicase.pdf}, year = {2013}, date = {2013-11-07}, booktitle = {Fifth International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services (MobiCASE 2013)}, keywords = {Wearable sensors, Games, Electrodermal activity, Heart rate …

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