Sixth Sense Technology
Sixth sense is a gestural interface gadget representing a neck-worn pendant that holds both an information projector and Polaroid. Head-worn alternatives were additionally constructed at MIT Media Lab in 1997 that consolidated Polaroids and light frameworks for intelligent photographic craftsmanship, and likewise included signal distinguishment (e.g. finger-following utilizing hued tape which are worn on the fingers) Sixth-sense is a name for additional data supplied by a wearable workstation, for example, the gadget called "WUW" (Wear your World) by Pranav Mistry expanding on the idea of the Telepointer, a neckworn projector and Polaroid mix initially proposed and decreased to practice by MIT Media Lab scholar Steve Mann.
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