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    Fake glasses fool face recognition

    November 10th, 2016

    A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University has fooled face recognition algorithms using a pair of fake glasses, New Scientist reports. By printing bespoke patterns onto the front of the frames, they enabled wearers not only to obscure their identity but to impersonate people who look completely different.

    Researchers bring sensing capabilities to paper using RFID

    May 13th, 2016

    Researches from the University of Washington, Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon University have created a way to give a piece of paper sensing capabilities that enable it to respond to gesture commands and connect to the digital world using RFID tags that can be stuck, printed or drawn on the paper. More

    Researchers show off ‘skin buttons’ for smartwatches

    October 24th, 2014

    Carnegie Mellon University’s Future Interfaces Group has developed a system that will allow smartwatches to laser project icons representing device functions or notifications for missed calls and messages onto the wearer’s skin. “To achieve this,… More

    Schwing! LikeBelt concept reads NFC tags with a hip thrust

    January 26th, 2012

    Enterprising developers have come up with a ‘LikeBelt’, an NFC-enabled belt buckle that can register Facebook ‘likes’ or check-ins with a thrust of the wearer’s hips. The humorous concept, essentially a Nexus S handset with… More

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