This page contains pointers to Intel research around Proactive Health, using technology to provide healthcare solutions, particularly for the aged.
This is a research project at Intel focussed on a small, display-free device that’s carried with you, stores all your personal information on it and talks to the environment (displays and devices) using bluetooth.
A system for monitoring whether elderly relatives are ok, primarily using passive motion sensors set up in their home.
An IBM research project that allows you to project a display onto any surface using a mirror. The software compensated for any warping of the projected image.
The BT voice over IP service is targetted at their high speed data access customers, rather then regular BT customers.
Harvard University researchers have apparently stopped light. This is supposed to be a good thing for Quantum computing.
A 3d desktop demo, from Sun, showing some interseting animated stuff, and fairly unoriginal perspective windows.
Article about the generational differencesfor phone use, between netGen and baby boomers.
The United States Post Office has digital rights management technology that allows you to electonically seal Word documents. Protection from a “trusted name”.
T-Mobile is the first to introduce a service that allows you to pick what tunes a caller hears when they call you.