VisionWiz’s Pick: Top10 Most Innovative Device From 2012

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VisionWiz’s Pick: Top10 Most Innovative Device From 2012

VisionWiz’s Pick: Top10 Most Innovative Device From 2012

1.
Twingz

Twingz wants to create a new world where any device(things) can communicate with us.

Things – for example electric devices – are enriched with communication features.

Users on the go can check back state and healthiness of devices that sit at home.

It means that now on wards you need not to worry about your devices as they would let you inform about their conditions itself .

2.
Ninja Block

Ninja Blocks is a new innovative open source hardware based on online web service Ninja Cloud that aims to communicate with your favorite apps.

With a built-in accelerometer and thermometer, a Ninja Block can sense its environment.

With external sensors, Ninja Blocks can sense current, humidity, motion, distance, sound, light and even capture video.

3.
iPosture

iPosture is an electronic device that aims to improve posture. iPosture automatically senses when the body slouches, and it alerts the user with brief vibrations to correct it.

iPosture measures the angle of your upper body. When you set the iPosture, it remembers the angle of your body in the correct posture.
As you slouch, the iPosture can detecet even the smallest change in angle and alert you to correct your posture.

4.
Magic Finger

Magic Finger is a thimble-like device worn on the user’s finger. It combines two optical sensors: a lower resolution, high speed sensor for tracking movement, and a higher-resolution camera for capturing detail.

Magic Finger can identify the object that users touch, tapping different surfaces can trigger different command executions.

5.
TouchCode

Touchcode is an invisible electronic date tag that can be printed on nearly any surface – including paper, carton or foil – to establish a link between online and offline communications.

Consumers simply place a printed product with the embedded data tag on the screen of their device.

Then an app or website can instantly open up content, such as videos, websites, photos and more.

Touchcode tags can even be used to validate the authenticity of a ticket or a packaged product.

6.
Lockitron

Lockitron is a smartphone based device/apps that aims to provide you virtual keys to lock and open your home door from any place.

Lockitron replaces keys with your phone. With Lockitron, you can instantly grant family, friends and guests access to your home or business from anywhere in the world using your internet enabled smartphone.

7.
ICEdot

ICEdot is an emergency identification and notification service that provides critical emergency contact and health information at the scene of an accident.

The service utilizes the internet, mobile applications and sms technology to quickly identify a patient, relay important medical information, provide and notify emergency contacts – in case of emergency.

Its Crash Sensor is a slim device when paired with the ICEdot app on a smart phone, the system is able to detect motion, changes in forces and impacts.

The device sends critical data to the app which sounds an alarm and initiates an emergency countdown.

8.
Ubi

Ubi is a new voice control device that plugs into a wall and able to access almost anything you can access on the Internet through a wifi connection.

And it can control and monitor any appliance or device connected to it.

9.
HemoGlobe

The device, HemoGlobe, is designed to convert the existing cellphones of health workers into a “prick-free” system for detecting and reporting anemia at the community level.

The HemoGlobe student inventors have estimated their cellphone-based systems could be produced for $10 to $20 each.

10.
Lapka

Lapka is a new device that connects with your phone to measure, collect and analyze the hidden qualities of your surroundings.

This device detects electromagnetic fields (EMF), which can be caused by electronic hardware, telecommunication transmitters, or nearby power lines.

It could, for instance, suggest a spot at home with the least electromagnetic pollution to help you place your bed, desk or yoga mat.

It is highly sensitive and responds to the invisible world of particles, ions, molecules and waves, so it can analyze your surroundings and smartly combine the results into guideline values for your comfort

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