By Kevin Maney, Newsweek Magazine The rapid evolution of wearable technology is leading to body implants Wearable gadgets like smart watches and Google Glass can seem like a fad that has all the durability of CB radios or Duran Duran, but they’re important early signs of a new era of technology that will drive investment…
This is an amazing craft: We are getting ourselves in some extreme sailing with The MotionX 20 Foiling Catamaran! Once out of the water, it’s just like flying. Magical, everything gets quiet, accurate, weightless and incredibly fast!
Philippe Kahn Sailing The MotionX Foiling Catamaran More Wind, Bigger Waves and a lot of Speed. This is an amazing craft: We are getting ourselves in some extreme sailing with The MotionX carbon 20 foiling cat. Once out of the water, it’s just like flying. Magical, everything gets quiet, accurate, weightless and incredibly fast!
Coming out, and making a close encounter. That one had a calf and tagged with us for a while.
This Sea Gull Attacks my Masthead WIndex!!! While Sailing the A-Cat, he just decided to get my Windex,. You can see me yelling at him and wiggling the boat to defend my vulnerable windex masthead wind indicator. That lasted 2 minutes!
Big Swell in Santa Cruz Wednesday night. Wild A-Cat sailing. When it looks big in the pictures, it probably is!
First there are O00hs and Ahhs..!
Wearable technology and the Quantified Self movement are pretty trendy nowadays, especially since the launch of the ultra-popular Jawbone UP powered by MotionX technology. Today, Fullpower-MotionX, MotionX-24/7 for the iPhone and iPad, an activity tracker and sleep monitor optimized for the iPhone 5S M7 processor and iOS 7. Click here for the complete article at…
Major companies such as Apple, Google, Microsoft are increasingly getting into the wearable computing business. The opportunity is huge, especially for makers of MEMS based sensors, electronics, and associated software. Click here to read the full article at MEMS Journal.
Philippe Kahn is a sailor singularly obsessed with optimization – finding the right crew and the right technology to survive and prosper on the high seas. That approach has made him a record-setting racer, and a successful tech entrepreneur. Click to read at Wired.com