Robotics | IoT
Webpage.ly uses an algorithm that suggests the most searchable keywords, helping developers optimize their sites for better ranking.
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Shopkey enables online sellers to send quick links and pictures of products from their online store to customers on social messaging apps.
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EyeForcer is a wearable for children that monitors their posture and shuts down their devices if they refuse to straighten up.
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Boostmi is an on-demand app for motorists to connect with other drivers and mechanics, in the case they need to jump start their vehicle.
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Reply is tool that automates personalized email outreach, responses and follow-ups.
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Revols are Bluetooth earphones with gel filled tips, which mold to the shape of the user’s ear when warmed up via a companion app.
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Human Media Lab uses stereoscopic video capture and BitDrones to create ‘programmable matter’ for a 3D computer interface.
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Robots that feed you, light channeled through gelatin, and “cellfies” (photos you take of your cells) impress at Ottawa Maker Faire.
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Read Good enhances reading speed and comprehension by presenting single words with visual cues.
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Buzzclip is an ultrasound wearable that provides the user with haptic warnings of upcoming obstacles.
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