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Via: Newsy
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Microsoft is developing a bra designed to help women with both their emotional and physical health. The sensors inside it detect heart rate, sweat, and stress levels which indicate the potential for over-eating. The bra can also connect to your smart phone to send you a "mood-triggered eating alert" as well as give you suggestions on how to redirect your brain to do something else.


The idea of a 'smart undergarment' has been marketed to women because of research that says they are most likely to emotionally over-eat. The current prototypes are not perfect; the battery life only lasts 3 to 4 hours.

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The Copenhagen Wheel developed at MIT learns how you pedal and integrates seamlessly with your motion to make your riding a more enjoyable and effortless experience. Connect the wheel to your smart phone to monitor your activity and customize your ride.

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Online shopping Giant, Amazon has recently unveiled "Prime Air," a drone delivery system that the company promises will get your order to its customers in 30 minutes or less. Amazon predicts that seeing Prime Air drones will eventually be as common as seeing delivery trucks on the road today.

Via: The Drum
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A British Airways ad campaign is using a billboard with "custom-built surveillance technology" to track their planes flying overhead, triggering an interactive video of a child pointing at the aircraft.

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A revolutionary product is being developed to allow electronic circuits to be created literally with a stroke of a pen. This technology allows the average person to create simple and fun circuitry for craft projects or build more intricate circuits in a simple and speedy way.

Via: Uproxx
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World, meet PiePal. This handy little gadget allows you to order a pizza (or five pizzas) with the press of a button. The folks at iStrategy Labs have built this handy little gadget to interact with the Domino's website to tap into profile settings like location and pizza favorites. Just turn the dial, press the button and presto! A tasty 'zza will be at your door in no time!

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As a follow-up to our previous post about the Incredible Morphing Table, here is a new video conveying just some of the amazing potential functions of Tangible Media Group's Dynamic Shape Display, inFORM.

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