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Augmenting the Local Caregiver’s Abilities via Google Glass

February 3, 2014
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Telemedicine with Google Glass - image courtesy of Wound Care Advantage

Telemedicine is the kind of practical application that may make Google Glass and other wearable technologies into something revolutionary. Pristine, a company that claims to be the only company that has developed commercially available Glass-software that meets HIPPA regulations, has partnered with Wound Care Advantage (WCA) to be the first to use Google Glass to help…

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Viodi View – 01/21/14

January 21, 2014
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Rajeev Krishnamoorthy and Devabhaktuni Srikrishna discuss possible pilot projects for testing the SocialMesh Network concept.

All-IP Network Transition Plan at FCC’s Jan 30th Open Commission Meeting by Alan Weissberger With all the noise of International CES, it was easy to overlook Tom Wheeler’s first sojourn into Silicon Valley since becoming FCC Chairman. Alan Weissberger reports on Wheeler’s comments about the transition to IP. Wheeler also suggested that spectrum management needs to keep…

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Viodi View – 01/03/14

January 3, 2014
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A demonstration/discussion of a wearable fitness monitoring device.

An Indestructible Wireless Broadband Network for All – Part 1 With spectrum auctions delayed and actions regarding broadcast retransmission consent sure to be discussed in 2014 and First Net struggling how to build an affordable network, now would be a good time for policy makers to take a closer look at the best way to manage…

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Viodi View – 12/18/13

December 18, 2013
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Ken Pyle and Jade Worobec playing brain tug-of-war.

Another year, another 200+ videos published on Viodi and other web sites. A few of the videos from 2013 that will be etched in my memory will be those dealing with technologies that sense brain waves to control something. Two of the these videos were published earlier this year. Scroll to the Korner to see…

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Viodi View – 12/03/13

December 3, 2013
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An image showing a race between a horse drawn and steam powered trains in 1830.

It is nice when someone is listening. That’s the feeling I had last Friday while reading Congresswoman Anna Eshoo’s (D-Ca) letter. Her letter was in response to my suggestion that Senator Rockefeller’s bill, S1680, provides an opportunity to reconsider the best way to serve the public interest with spectrum now used for broadcast television. She…

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