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Disney’s Watch Can Tell What You’re Holding, Opening Up World of Self-Contained Interactivity

Disney’s Watch Can Tell What You’re Holding, Opening Up World of Self-Contained Interactivity
technology

Using electromagnetic signature detection, the EMSense watch can unlock laptops or electronic office doors with a touch

Leo Lutero
  • 11 november 2015

The EMSense technology developed by Disney and Carnegie Mellon University detects small amounts of electromagnetic signals to identify what your body is in contact with. Using a clever hack, it works with objects that emit an EM signal (which is close to everything electrical or electromechanical we touch today).

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