Tag Archives: bluetooth

Funky Bots Launches Atomic Bands for Smart Bluetooth Body Motion Gaming

 

Los Angeles, CA, 2017-Mar-23 — /EPR Network/ — Funky Bots announces the launch of Atomic Bands on IndieGoGo. Atomic Bands are smart bluetooth gaming and the first wearables for gesture based gameplay. They feature advanced bluetooth motion tracking, single or multi player options. No camera or remote control needed and most of all these bands teach players real skills. Features include: gesture recognition, haptics for advanced rhythm training and a rad wireless oracle charging station. Play augmented reality games and make fitness fun.

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Zenytime Announces the World’s First Wireless Breath-Based Input Solution Dedicated to Gameful Self-Improvement at the Web Summit 2013

Released on: October 30, 2013, 6:10 am
Author: zenytime 
Industry: ElectronicsEntertainmentInternet & Online

Zenytime selected as an Alpha startup at the Web Summit 2013 in Dublin is introducing the Zenytime game system and is announcing availability for pre-order on Zenytime website

Dublin, Ireland, October 30, 2013, 6:10 am — /EPR NETWORK/ — Zenytime is exhibiting as an Alpha start-up in Dublin, Ireland at the Web Summit 2013 on Thursday 31st at the booth 532. The conference topic, centered around technology, lends itself to the product which is described as “the world’s first wireless breath-based input solution dedicated to gameful self-improvement.” Due to its forward thinking innovation, Zenytime has been recognized by summit organizers as one of the most promising early stage startups out of over 5000 applicants from over 80 countries.

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“W7 Caller ID” – New Caller ID Application that allows you to log phone calls and display them on computers in your home network, Windows 7 Media Center and XBMC. Now with Bluetooth support of smartphones!

Released on: July 09, 2012, 2:21 pm
Author: Stanislav Berghici
Industry: Software

July 09, 2012, 2:21 pm — /EPR NETWORK/ — Nothing is worse than being in the middle of a great action film and have somebody interrupt the viewing because the phone needs to be answered. What if it is the telemarketer or an annoying neighbor, with whom one may not want to speak to? Wouldn’t it be nice to just have those call ignored? Or at least have the knowledge of who is calling, and then make the decision to pick up or not, all while continuing to watch that great action film with minimal interruption.

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