When Mae is told to drink the “smoothie” by the doctor, afterwards, she is told that she swallowed a sensor that connects to the bracelet. The sensor and bracelet are used to help monitor Mae’s body fluid levels, heart rate, … Continue reading →
#VCUcircle #155 In the novel, people would wear a silver bracelet that monitored health. Relating to this is a Fitbit which is a flexible wristband that monitors health and calories burnt as well as sleep.
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RT @twoodwar: MT @johnsonmelissa: 7 technologies predicted in Eggers’ dystopian novel that already exist http://t.co/3uTg5mNcBV via @qz #1…
“Calatrava fountain” referencing the futuristic designs of Santiago Calatrava http://t.co/BzBVuEeE0D #vcucircle #1
Testing some magic pixie dust aggregation magic #VCUcircle #12 #327