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Philips PET/CT Uptake Room

Philips PET/CT Uptake Room

Philips Lifeline GoSafe, HomeSafe | Emergency help communicators

Philips Lifeline GoSafe, HomeSafe | Emergency help communicators

SmartMedicap (7DAY-PRJT1) | Medicine bottle with date display | Beitragsdetails | iF ONLINE EXHIBITION

SmartMedicap (7DAY-PRJT1) | Medicine bottle with date display | Beitragsdetails | iF ONLINE EXHIBITION

A-Scan | Portable alcohol detector | Beitragsdetails | iF ONLINE EXHIBITION

A-Scan | Portable alcohol detector | Beitragsdetails | iF ONLINE EXHIBITION

BP7 | Blood pressure monitoring device | Beitragsdetails | iF ONLINE EXHIBITION

BP7 | Blood pressure monitoring device | Beitragsdetails | iF ONLINE EXHIBITION

Samsung Blood Analyzer

Samsung Blood Analyzer

Design concept for a smartwatch UI | Punchcut

Design concept for a smartwatch UI | Punchcut

Wearable design, Misfit and the age of the glanceable UI

Wearable design, Misfit and the age of the glanceable UI

Fin : Wearable Ring Makes Your Palm a Keypad and Gesture Interface | Indiegogo - You can assign each activity of connected devices to each segment of your fingers and it acts like Hot Keys. Example: Just a tap from your thumb to your fore-finger makes your phone enter silent mode without ever touching your phone

Fin : Wearable Ring Makes Your Palm a Keypad and Gesture Interface | Indiegogo - You can assign each activity of connected devices to each segment of your fingers and it acts like Hot Keys. Example: Just a tap from your thumb to your fore-finger makes your phone enter silent mode without ever touching your phone

Microsoft’s Digits Hand Gesture Sensor Bracelet. lets users control devices such as smartphones, tablets, radios, and video game systems using gestures in the air. In addition to creating a 3D representation of a user’s hand on a screen, Digits can control devices when users simulate certain gestures, such as turning a knob to crank volume up or down. October 2012

Microsoft’s Digits Hand Gesture Sensor Bracelet. lets users control devices such as smartphones, tablets, radios, and video game systems using gestures in the air. In addition to creating a 3D representation of a user’s hand on a screen, Digits can control devices when users simulate certain gestures, such as turning a knob to crank volume up or down. October 2012