A body sensor should be as unobtrusive as possible to have the smallest impact on the ordinary behavior of the patients under examination. The keys of invisibility are the low profile construction, technological innovation and the perfect adhesion to the skin. Dab is aimed to minimize medical instrument size by reducing electrode distances. The redesigned way of applying the sensor onto the body makes it effortless and intuitive. Thanks to these changes Dab can achieve better user experience, while significantly reducing disposable items, manufacturing and maintenance costs.
The Speach, speakers with a woven uniform body of bamboo fiber and inspired by organic forms, linking its surroundings to the original and authentic culture. Speach, a product that even identifies itself as a beautiful statue, when it's silent yet portable and is coordinated anywhere in the home. Using the green material, such as bamboo fibers as well as anodized aluminum, while recycling the Speach will have less harm to the environment.
The "Digital Chaiselongue" is one of Philipp Aduatz latest experimental material technologies. He teamed up with the Austrian start-up incremental3d, who specialises in the field of 3D concrete printing and has developed a new technology to print very fine and detailed freeform geometries in a very short time. Aduatz’ aim is to show how an innovative product can be developed through the collaboration with engineers and the research in manufacturing technologies and why craft and digital implements can coexist for the purpose of novelty in the 21st century in harmony.
Enlighten is a smart desk lamp. It is consist of two projectors covering the wall and the desk separately, and a depth camera that trace users’ movements which is for tangible interaction. By turning any surface into a additional display area, users can be free from very limited monitor screen, and they are able to arrange contents around the desk the way they want. Enlighten enables users to handle multiple channels of information at the same time, and it also enhance security when turned off. Of course, it helps users to keep their desk clean and neat.
Mercku, a Canadian IoT hardware company has a new entrant in the Wi-Fi router space, with promising performance, sleek aesthetics and an entirely new internal design. The M2 Wi-Fi units are available as a standalone, covering up to 3000 square feet of space, and can also be joined together in a mesh network - both with the fastest speed and most extended range in the industry. The exterior design allows the unit to sit comfortably and blend into any home. Lastly, the patented antenna and transceiver is designed in-house by a team with decades of experience, powering the entire system.
Mercku, a Canadian IoT hardware company has a new approach to Wi-Fi technology, with a trans-formative satellite system, which boasts performance, flexibility, and design. The M2 Hive System utilizes one M2 Wi-Fi router and many plug-in nodes, spread around the house. This system hosts up to 80 simultaneous users and allows for industry-leading speed. The flexibility of the nodes also allows for hosts to position them anywhere, to increase power in a specific area. Lastly, the size and exterior design of the nodes will enable them to sit comfortably, and beautifully in the living space.
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