Headband Bookmarks Your Favorite Digital Content Using Sensory Data

Headband Bookmarks Your Favorite Digital Content Using Sensory Data
technology

The Amoeba device measures bio-data like breathing rate and pupil dilation to analyze the user's interest levels online.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 18 april 2014

Students of the Royal College of Art and Imperial College joint Innovation Design Engineering course have developed a 3D-printed wearable device that records biometric data to evaluate the user’s interest in a piece of content while they are browsing online.

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