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OrCam gives Visually Impaired People a way to read

Wearables are getting hugely popular and it is estimated that the wearables is all set of explosive growth with 19 million devices expected to ship worldwide by end of this year shipments according to IDC. One of the most important use of wearables is in health segment and we already ...

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EnChroma Cx is a Color Blindness Correcting Lens

Almost all of us might have heard about Color Blindness which is the inability or decreased ability to see color, or perceive color differences, under normal lighting conditions. Color blindness affects a significant percentage of the population and there is no actual blindness but there is a deficiency of color ...

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Artemis is Smart Jewelry for Personal Safety

With acts of violence against women increasing day by day, safety of women is important aspect every government around the world should think of. Now, here is something that could be really useful for women in situations where their life could be under threat- Artemis. Artemis is a idea by ...

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Tens Sunglasses Adds Real Life Photo Filter

Ever since Instagram became popular filters are now a default option in most of the camera apps and people love to share these images with filters added. If you wanted to have a real life photo filter, here is Tens Sunglasses! Tens is defined by the idea of filtering the ...

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Skully is a Augmented Reality Motorcycle Helmet

When we think of two wheelers, the first thing that comes to mind is the helmet for safety. But gone are the days when we wear helmets just for safety in case of a crash. This is the new era of motorcycle helmets and we have the first augmented reality ...

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LeapFrog Debuts Fitness Tracker for Kids

We have seen different types of fitness trackers in various forms and features. Now, LeapFrog, the company behind popular kids’ educational electronics is debuting what it calls the first wearable health-tracker for children. Called LeapBand, the wrist wearable device will be able to monitor the fitness levels of kids by ...

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