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Lifestreaming, the next generation

Posted by: on Feb 21, 2008 | No Comments

Actually, this sounds like a spinoff of Microsoft’s MyLifeBits project:

The idea behind the neck-worn Momenta PC is that it actively records everything in a rolling buffer and, creepily, reads your pulse; once it encounters an increased heart rate, it TiVo’s the previous five minutes, so you can later review whatever it was that caused your pulse to go up.

For some reason, the model appears to be naked except for the Momenta PC. And it records when your heart races? I think I know what the killer app is.
At least one finalist in MS Next-Gen PC Design Comp is creeping us out

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