The Sunu Band vibrates in response to nearby objects to enable people to feel their surroundings through their wrists
Apps are linking visually impaired people to sighted volunteers as assistive technology enters a new era of connectivity
This glove takes inspiration from dolphin's bio sonar to help a user find objects in a way that goes beyond basic human touch
Students and professors collaborate to design an aid that can be worn like a watch
Lessons learned from the rise and fall of social app @Sonar.
PSFK talks to Brett Martin about how mobile technology platforms are using location to connect people in new and interesting ways.
Location-driven mobile technology platforms make it easier for anyone to find and tap into services and information.
PSFK is following five trends during SXSWi, we chat with an innovator in this space who talks about how we can leverage already-existing data to find hidden connections with 'Social Pairing.'
Tacit is a prototype glove that helps the visually impaired navigate by using sonar and tactile pressure.
Out of over 10,000 developers using Foursquare's API and location database, Instagram is the most frequent user.