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Content tagged with Gadget Freak posted in October 2013
Slideshow: Robots Tackle Surprising Tasks
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10/31/2013  23 comments
Robots from LEGO, Panasonic, Murata, Segway, and Toyota are among a fleet that is working to make the lives of soldiers, the elderly, and even autistic children better.
Reader Vote Round 5: Gadget Freak of the Year
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10/28/2013  5 comments
Design News and Allied Electronics are looking to crown the first-ever Gadget Freak of the Year, and we need help from you, our readers.
Enter the Scary Door... If You Dare!
Blog 
10/28/2013  10 comments
As Halloween draws near, haunted attractions employ the latest technology -- pneumatic actuators and IR sensors -- to up the fear factor.
Stir's Smart Desk Revolutionizes Office Furniture
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10/22/2013  25 comments
The Stir Kinetic Desk allows workers to go from sitting to standing with the tap of a touchscreen.
Gadget Freak Case #247: Back to the Manual Mill
Gadget Freak 
10/18/2013  35 comments
Our teenage gadget master John Duffy has created a manual mill you can make in your home shop.
Tactile Pressure Sensors Can Enhance Google Glass
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10/18/2013  10 comments
Google Glass puts a world of relevant, user-centric data literally right in front of your eyes. A tactile pressure sensor-equipped version could tap into the quantified self and health-tracking trends by allowing for real-time biometric monitoring.
Reader Vote Round 4: Gadget Freak of the Year
Gadget Freak 
10/14/2013  12 comments
Design News and Allied Electronics are looking to crown the first-ever Gadget Freak of the Year, and we need help from you, our readers.
NFC Ring Opens Many Doors
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10/7/2013  10 comments
Near field communication (NFC) is bringing the excitement surrounding wearable tech to an all-time high.




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