To read this weekweek of June 6, 2016
June 14, 2016 | NFC, Uncategorised, Virtual Reality, Wearables | By Daniel St-Pierre


U.S. Navy developing augmented reality diving helmet. One man’s quest to pay for lunch with a chip implanted in his thumb. Zenta is a biometric bracelet that wants to track your emotions. e-health Vancouver. This week’s app…

U.S. Navy developing augmented reality diving helmet
The U.S. Navy is developing an augmented reality (AR), underwater helmet that should give divers “a capability similar to something from an ‘Ironman’ movie.” Read the story on ZDnet

One man’s quest to pay for lunch with a chip implanted in his thumb
By October, Meow-Ludo Meow Meow hopes to leave his wallet at home — maybe forever. The near field communication (NFC) chip he has implanted in the back of his thumb could soon let him make contactless payments and potentially catch public transport. Read the story on Mashable

Zenta is a biometric bracelet that wants to track your emotions
Not only does it track steps, sleep and activity and look pretty while doing it, but there are also sensors to track heart rate, heart rate variability, galvanic skin response, skin temperature and respiration. Read the story on Wareable.com


e-health Vancouver
Reimagining Healthcare Delivery in Canada. Canada’s ONLY National e-Health Conference and Tradeshow. June 5-8: e-Health offers proactive top-quality learning, opportunities to network with organizations and people that value quality health information as well as effective integrated system solutions. Read the full story


This week’s app
Visiting British Columbia? Find more than 4000 activities, attractions, restaurants and accommodations with Near Me BC. Download the App here

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