All day virtual meetings can bring on "Zoom fatigue," especially for women and new employees. But there may be a solution: Turn off the camera.
"Police bodycams—when they're turned on—even the playing field by introducing objective evidence into the investigation of complaints..."
A new system uses a smartphone or computer camera to take video of your face to check your pulse and breathing rate. It could help with telemedicine.
It's not just to hide clutter anymore—leaving your camera off during your next virtual meeting could help save the planet, too.
With the new Hyperspectral Stripe Projector, "we're getting four-dimensional information from an image, three spatial and one spectral, in real time."
Kitchen robots can do a lot of things but picking up a clear or shiny object remains the things of robot nightmares. A color camera may solve the problem.
"We have created a low-power, low-weight, wireless camera system that can capture a first-person view of what's happening from an actual live insect..."
A new system uses cameras to gauge the facial temperature of people in a room and adjust the temperature accordingly.
AI will help people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons walk securely on terrains, such as tile, brick, concrete, grass, and "upstairs" and "downstairs."
Fitbyte uses sensors on eyeglasses to track your chewing, swallowing, and how many times your hand moves to your mouth.