This week on WDD’s HotSpot:
Wearable Uses the Human Body to Transmit Radio Signal
It’s called “magnetic field human body communication.” A team of researchers at the University of California, San Diego has developed a new wireless communication technique that sends magnetic signals through the human body.
World’s First Wireless Charger for Devices with Metal Cases
A Hong Kong technology company has launched the world’s first wireless charging platform for mobile devices with metal cases, cutting the last cord that limits mobility for many of today’s premium smartphones and media tablets.
For the Kids: A Toy Kit That’s Also A Coding Tool
Robo Wunderkind is a robotics and coding kit for kids of all ages. Modular, colorful, and LEGO-compatible, kids can build, play, and learn to code all at the same time using the kit’s Robo blocks, which are child friendly and safely encase the electronics on the inside.
For the Bros: A Football That’s Also A Bluetooth Speaker
Invincible Audio has developed a device that puts your music directly into the game. Introducing the B.R.O. Ball, the world’s first football that doubles as a built-in Bluetooth speaker.