77 results for “transparent-interfaces”

Smart Fabric Might Be the Key to the Future

Charlotte Kuijpers
December 5th 2017
Researchers designed a smart fabric able to encode data readable by a magnetometer, like the one in your phone, without electronics or batteries.

The Ephemeral Future of Internet Data

Nadine Roestenburg
March 13th 2017
What the Internet would look like if all data were ephemeral?

Scientists Connected a Brain to a Tablet

Ingmar Nieuweboer
April 24th 2016
Severely paralyzed woman controls a tablet with her brain.

Google’s Smart Interactive Clothing

Alessia Andreotti
June 4th 2015
Project Jacquard makes it possible to weave touch and gesture interactivity into any textile.

Google Wants to Tattoo a Phone Onto Your Throat

Jonathon Markowski
November 19th 2013
Google has just submitted a patent for lie-detecting throat tattoo that can also make calls.

Use a Touchscreen Without Touching it

Alessia Andreotti
October 15th 2013
UltraHaptics is a system for creating haptic feedback in mid-air, offering new kind of interactions with our touchscreens.

Control Your Mobile Phone or Tablet Directly from Your Brain

Marije Willemsen
May 6th 2013
Samsung is working on a brain interface that lets you go truly hands-free with your phone.

Transfer Your Window!

Jaap Arts
November 3rd 2012
Imagine you buy a special kind of window which you can place on your wall wherever you want, enabling you to get different views, not always looking at the same tree or house of your neighbors.

Illiterate Kids Learn to Hack Tablet Computers with No Outside Help

Allison Guy
October 31st 2012

The One Laptop Per Child program is experimenting with what at first seems to be the lazy way to philanthropy: dropping off tablet computers in remote Ethiopian villages and then simply leaving. Could illiterate children learn not only how to operate the Motorola Zooms, but teach themselves to read? According to  Nicholas Negroponte, founder of One Laptop Per Child, the results were astonishing:

“We left the boxes in the village. Closed. Taped shut. No instruction, no human being. I thought, the kids …

Book as Human-Computer Interface

Stefan Fincken
September 10th 2012
In combining the classic feeling of handling a book with the interactivity of the computer, Waldek W?grzyn of the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland, has created a new human-computer interface.
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