The community is huge and the opportunities immense, so either in August or September I plan on having a gathering in the hub. Purpose is to solicit thoughts and leadership to take this community forward as a thought leader for New England Wearables development. With our regional strengths in Medical Tech, Makers and future tech, […]
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I made the decision to let the Meetup group go back in April. I will be keeping this website and domain as I do hope to revive our group under another system. The Meetup group is still alive and I encourage all to support the new organizer. Don
I’ll be speaking about the wearables future and the opportunities we all can be a part of. Proud to take part and truly looking forward to the evening. Emerging TechTalks: Computing Innovation and the future of wearable technology The NSBE Boston Professionals and Black Techboston are pleased to present the Emerging TechTalks […]
Teachers. I want to offer my single most important take away from the Juniata Transhumanism Conference 2015. Teachers are amazing creatures. I’ll post much more after my mind comes down from way too much time in my car, but for now I want to tell a story that finally, and completely, etched into me the […]
This PhotoSphere was taken on the campus of Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA. It was quickly taken and has some obvious stitching errors, such as the flag pole. But if you swing around to the left there is a Monolith. I have no idea where it came from and it was not there in real life. […]
We had a great Hangout on Air Friday, March 6 and learned so much from Dr. Joe, Roxanne and Rick. The topic was Kids and the ways Google Glass can be used in education and health. Dr. Joe Cohen discussed his Kiddo EMR practice management tool which utilizes Google Glass for data input. Roxanne Riskin […]
Here’s to you, +Google Glass team, all of you. It has been a blast exploring with you and I am sure that new adventures await us. Onward! May you live long and prosper.
In deepest rural Ireland, traditional farmers are developing advanced technology in the name of more milk from happier cows. An old-fashioned dairy has embraced wearable technology for cows.
Amazing what happens when 60 people get together to envision the future. Friday, October 17, 2014 we developers, med students, biz devs and docs joined in a design sprint for wearable devices in health and healthcare. It was, I feel, truly eye opening for many and a learning experience for all. The Wearable Devices Design […]
As we pass the one month point leading up to the DC Wearable Devices Design Sprint for Health, I want to try to convey what your day may be like, should you choose to join us on this journey into the future of Healthcare. We’ll be gathering at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health at […]