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#44 Unspoken Words

Textual analysis correspondence indicates words that would commonly be associated with this grouping but are not present

#47 Locat

Haptic feedback cuff that tells you when you are standing exactly where someone else wearing it stood before.

#50 Tool Belt

A set of two or more belts that know and can inform all wearers of the tools available on other belts.

#55 Experience

Records experiences and tags them, but provides recall only to a paired device. Whenever the paired device sees/hears something already tagged it will display/play that back.

Prototype

#59 Quantifier

A device that remembers proportions and aspects of objects held or grasped. Allows for ‘playback’ of this data. “The fish was *Actually* this long!”

#60 Tactile

Gloves that amplify the feeling of surface qualities to be more intense (not in a linear way, more internally noticeable (hot doesn’t go to burning etc)) A way to make more tactile and memorable physical interactions between people.

#73 Forget-Me-Somes

A program that causes digital correspondence with other people to decompose as the time since you have communicated with them increases.Voicemails become garbled and faint. Text messages and emails blur and fade until they disappear.

#81 Free Time

glanceable data as to whether 5 close people in your life are available, soon to be, busy or available for a short time. 5 LED use colors to convey availability, brightness of the LED equates to proximity.

#82 Repetitive Story Repeater

A database short illustrated stories which reside in a heads up display, enabling conversations to be inserted with comic strips and decreasing the annoyance or time spent repeating anecdotal stories to groups or individuals.

#103 Name Tagged

RFID enabled name tagging for those that are horrible at remembering names. just casually swipe your phone next to the chip and receive the other user’s name on your screen. Beats asking awkwardly what their name is because you don’t remember.

#105 Mutual Friend Meter

A shirt which displays through an LED meter the approx. number of mutual friends you have. Usefully for random meetings and deciding if this human is one you should interact with and in what manner you should.

#108 The Roommate is In

A type of spatial as well as emotional wayfinding for your house. Display who is home, where their room is and whether they are interested in having company or busy.