Tagged: Microsoft wearable tech

Published yesterday, submitted on the 4th March, Microsoft's patent is for a curious piece of technology: 'interactive smart beads'. The patent describes beads which can connect together to form 'fashion items' - when attached to bracelets or necklaces - that can detect the presence of other such beads and autonomously interact, transferring data which the user can then view as a graphical representation via a software experience. There are examples where a bead can represent a character, location or object, and the software experience will then show on animated story based on said character, location or object, after the beads have interacted. How does this relate ... Read More »

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