To read this week week of May 9, 2016
May 10, 2016 | Health, Technology, Uncategorised, Virtual Reality | By Daniel St-Pierre


IBM, Bausch & Lomb creating new app for cataract surgeons. Researchers create wild skin-touch interface for tiny smart watches. VR is terrible for traditional storytelling. Apps World North America 2016. This week’s app…

VR is terrible for traditional storytelling
How will we tell stories in VR? What will be the relationship between those stories and their observers? The more one “moves” in VR, the more compelling it is … but the greater the risk of motion sickness. Read the story on Tech Crunch

Researchers create wild skin-touch interface for tiny smart watches
The solution to tiny touchscreens is, apparently, your skin. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s Future Interface group unveiled SkinTrack, the first skin-based wearable interface that overcomes tiny smartwatch screens by turning your forearm and the back of your hand into touch and gesture interfaces. Read the story on TechCrunch

IBM, Bausch & Lomb creating new app for cataract surgeons
Tech giant and eye-care provider are teaming up with an iOS app to provide doctors with insights before, during and after cataract surgeries. Read the story on Cnet


Apps World North America 2016
Apps World North America (May 11-12) is in its 7th year and is the annual event for the next generation of engineers, entrepreneurs, and executives to master the skills behind today’s digital challenges. Co-Located with 3 industry leading events (Internet of Things World, Future Connected Cars USA, and Wearable World Congress)… Read the full story


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