mickyalexandria: moshita: Hand-Tech, Concept for a new kind of…


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org


Concept for a new kind of device | posted by moshita.org

mickyalexandria:

moshita:

Hand-Tech, Concept for a new kind of device

A technological device wearable like a glove, that uses gestures as interface.
The fabric is woven with special sensors and mini projectors that read the hand’s movements and translate them into practical functions.
Using a sequence of gestures it is possible to take pictures, make videos and display information.
The glove can also translate the sign language used by deaf people (manual communication) into sound pattern (spoken language).
Hand-tech expands the communicative power of the sign language converting an iconic gesture into a concrete action.

Francesca Barchiesi

Yooooo…. Are we at this part of the future already??

blackrosewithering: cerebralzero: mygunfettish: vicemag: Now …



blackrosewithering:

cerebralzero:

mygunfettish:

vicemag:

Now Your Emails Will Never Be Safe from the Government

This week, two encrypted email providers shut down their services, and that’s very bad news if you’d rather the government didn’t read your private communications.

The first company, Lavabit, closed after founder Ladar Levison announced that after a decade of running his secure email service (which is supposedly the one Edward Snowden used to deliver his NSA leaks to the Guardian), he was being forced to shut it down or “become complicit in crimes against the American people.”

Ladar’s official statement is vague, but you can hear him clench his teeth as he writes, “I wish that I could legally share with you the events that led to my decision. I cannot.” It certainly sounds like he was asked to hand over data or open his servers in a secret court; since he refused he had to walk away from his business. Chillingly, Ladar finished his statement with a stern warning about American-based communications services: “I would _strongly_ recommend against anyone trusting their private data to a company with physical ties to the United States.” So basically, he’s saying you’re fucked if you store confidential information on Facebook, Gmail, Skype, Twitter, or any cloud service owned by Microsoft or Apple.

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WOW

great…..

anamasnoname: Bicycle Phone Changer In Tanzania, the majority…







anamasnoname:

Bicycle Phone Changer

In Tanzania, the majority of people live without electricity, yet a third of the country uses mobile phones. Bernard Kiwia, a trained electrician and vocational-school instructor, collaborated with the for-profit social enterprise Global Cycle Solutions (GCS) to design a phone charger from scrap bike and radio parts. Made from spokes, brake tubes, clamps, motors, and capacitors, the device generates power when its roller comes in contact with the bike’s spinning wheel as one rides it

sugahsrevolution: kingjaffejoffer: positiveblacknews: Find…



sugahsrevolution:

kingjaffejoffer:

positiveblacknews:

Find Black-Owned Businesses Near You!

DOWNLOAD THIS APP NOW!!

This is fantastic. I downloaded immediately and found a lot of little establishments in my area that I didn’t even know where there. I think we all know its better to spend money with local businesses instead of large companies, and as a Black man I’d rather give my money to other Black people and this makes it easier. 

Ay yo………I fux with this heavily.