Friday, 10 May 2013

Eidos allows users to tune their senses

They may look somewhat bulky and a bit like someone wandered out of an avant garde theater, but a pair of concept pieces developed by students and the Royal College of Arts in London allow wearers to fine tune their senses of sight and hearing. Called “Eidos,” from the Greek for "form," "essence," "type," or "species," the system uses sensors and computer processing to select sensory input and alter it for applications in sport, the arts and medicine... Continue Reading Eidos allows users to tune their senses

Section: Wearable Electronics

Tags: Audio, Bone Conduction, Royal College of Art, Sensory, Video

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