Body Area Networks

21 11 2006

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While I’m blogging about new concepts in digital hardware with potential uses in education, check out this wrist-mounted PDA concept.  It serves as the hub of a “Body Area Network” that allows the user to interact with other digital devices, simply by touching them.  For example: print a document from the PDA by touching a printer; sync files with a PC by touching it; perhaps even exchange photos, videos, podcasts or documents with another learner  or teacher by touching their PDA.  Check out the Gizmodo article for more pictures and information.

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