Getting up and around on a bicycle is one thing – it not only helps you to reduce your overall carbon footprint, but it also gives you the opportunity to get some exercise in at the same time. Having said that, you might have taken all of the relevant precautions to ensure that you are seen while on the road, but there are instances where drivers are so into their smartphones while driving, or are simply daydreaming, that they fail to see you right until the very last moment, which could lead to some rather harrowing experiences. Bicycle helmets are worn to offer protection in the event of a fall or an accident, but here is a new smart bike helmet that will “talk” to cars, warning them that you are there on the road – and vice versa.
Our smartphone camera apps helps us take photos, and in the case of more advanced apps, it gives us manual controls by allowing us to tweak its settings like exposure, shutter speed, ISO, and so on. However it seems that camera apps could potentially have other uses that we might not have thought of, like helping autistic kids overcome social anxiety.
Samsung has recently come up with an app called “Look At Me”. This is an app designed by Samsung which they claim will help autistic kids overcome their social anxiety and have better eye contact and relations with those around them. Basically the app will be an interactive and playful one that lets its user, the autistic child, get more out of it than they would from a regular app. Read full post →Samsung’s Look At Me Camera App To Aid Autistic Children’s Development