Ubiquitous Fashionable Computer

nym | 01:21 PM


KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) has made this "Ubiquitous Fashionable Computer". I don't think they know what fashionable means, but it sounds like some they have some interesting functionality associated with it:

The wearable PC features an augmented reality HMD (640 x 480 pixel), wrist keyboard and a VR glove. One highlight is the data exchange capability with a throwing gesture, much like how one would throw a baseball. And get this - you can throw somebody wearing a UFC an MP3 file and it is transferred wirelessly to that user, it can also transmit other general data like video clips or word document files.

[ Link via google news ]

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