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Mar 19

Future of the Internet - The Sixth Sense

Mike Posted by: Mike in Technology Print PDF
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Six Sense

Check out the latest and greatest idea by an MIT graduate Pranav Mistry who has developed 'SixthSense' (also known as WUW - Wear Ur World).  I believe this hardware and virtual hardware is providing us a glimps of what the future may soon hold for electronic devices.This technology, which may not be new, however took a touch of genius to put it all together into a clever and extremely useful way could soon bridge the divide between man and machine. This could take us to the next level having the power of the World Wide Web and all the advantages that come from having such a massive amount of information and computing power quite literally at our fingertips when ever we need.

Obviously its all a prototype presently, however with more refinement and assuming it remains about the same cost of the current parts which was in the $300 dollar range could be a very attractive and economical device. The applications for software like this could drastically change how we interact, work and play in our world.

 I will definitely be keeping up with this interesting and new technology. Its like he mixed an Iphone with the Wii and made a much more interesting piece of equipment.

 



 

 

Sixth Sense Pictures

MIT graduate student Pranav Mistry demonstrates 'Sixth Sense', a wearable computing device that provides a revolutionary way to interact with the world. Mistry demonstrates dialing a mobile phone using a keypad projected onto his hand.


MIT graduate student Pranav Mistry demonstrates 'Sixth Sense', a wearable computing device that provides a revolutionary way to interact with the world. Component parts of the Sixth Sense device are labeled.


MIT graduate student Pranav Mistry demonstrates 'Sixth Sense', a wearable computing device that provides a revolutionary way to interact with the world. Mistry demonstrates manipulating a projected image using gestures.

 

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