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Ever wondered how many of you it would take to make the heart of a whale? Or how many basket balls you would need to balance on your scale to reach your own weight? Now you can find that out, and more!
Have you ever wondered how the Smart Baby Monitor can see in the dark? Night vision cameras are fairly common nowadays, used for security or in some television programs, but the technology behind it is nonetheless fascinating.
We’ve just made two new videos showing what we call the “Lifecurves” of some very sympathetic folks. Lifecurves match events in someones life to the consequences it has on their health and body, shown here as lines. So come meet Paul and Mary and watch how they made changes in their lives… and how that affected their Lifecurves!
Back in 2009, when the Withings body scale had been out for just a few weeks, a mystery emerged. Customers reported that their scale registered weigh-in at times when they were not home and with values that didn’t match their own, or that of anyone in their family. Customer support couldn’t help: nothing appeared wrong with the scales and we knew it couldn’t be pets either…
We often discuss on this blog how innovation can improve life and health for people. We live in an age where consumer electronics and medical science are coming together to help us better take care of ourselves and of our loved ones. Technology however is not just for humans. Nowadays, pets can also enjoy high-tech devices designed to improve their health, sometimes at the expense of their dignity. Some of those new products are genuine innovations with a real health benefits, but today we choose to take a look at a few that do not fit into this category…