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Overclocked smartwatch sensor uses vibrations to sense gestures, objects, and locations

Monday, November 21, 2016 15:03
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dustbuster_viband Just from patterns of motion, your smart devices know when you’re walking, when you’re riding a bike, and when you lift your wrist to check the time. But it turns out they can also tell when you snap or make a fist, or whether you’re holding a smartphone or steering wheel. All they have to do is listen a little harder — well, about 100 times harder, actually. Read More


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