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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Bones could allow data swaps via handshake:
YOUR backbone's connected to your shoulder bone, your shoulder bone's connected to your neck bone - and your neck bone's connected to your cellphone.

Something along these lines is what Lin Zhong and Michael Liebschner at Rice University in Houston, Texas, envisage. They want to use the human skeleton to transmit commands reliably and securely to wearable gadgets and medical implants. Their research, funded by Microsoft and Texas Instruments, could also lead to new ways for people with disabilities to control devices such as computers and PDAs.
I'm so getting this!

(via Warren)
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B said...

Oh man that's so cyberpunk it hurts!!!! I want it!!!

Ms. Bizarro said...

I've said it before; I'll say it again: the second you get one of these Borgafied implants, I'm divorcing you.

Don said...

Resistance is futile.

B said...

seven of don?