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Context-aware + motion will change the way we interact

Dec 12, 2014 12:59 am
Robert Dalton
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The future of computing lies in rich, context-driven user experiences. There is little doubt that context awareness is poised to fundamentally change the nature of how we interact with and relate to information devices and the services they provide.

With computing devices having increased processing power, improved connectivity and innovative sensing capabilities, more companies are now focused on delivering new “context-aware” user experiences. “Context-aware” devices will anticipate your needs, advise you, and guide you through your day in a manner more akin to a personal assistant than a traditional computer. “Context aware” computing, via a combination of hard and soft sensors, will open up new opportunities for developers to create the next generation of products.

Up to now, humans interacting with their computing environments have depended on keystroke instructions or a mouse click to perform a task. Now, smart devices will be able to monitor, detect motion and even anticipate behavior. They will automatically perform what needs to be done, respond to motion or make a user’s environment more personal.

The next generation of wearable devices is looking to take our computing experience to the next level. These devices are less about being a smart accessory and more about the collection and display of contextual information and possible tied with motion. Where the location and specifics of a user’s ever-changing environment directly effects how we experience the world around us.

This new generation of wearable devices, like Google Glass, may help to redefine the rules and inter-relationships between ‘The Network of Things’ by combining with the local processing of information with the instant use of a global cloud of computing resources readily available to instantly make sense out of it all.

The use of wearable devices couple with miniature sensors is growing very rapidly and is ideally suited for the novel applications that Dysonics is developing. Dysonics is committed to continue to develop technology that raises the quality of headphone sound, in music, gaming, conferencing, and more. We are confident this technology will revolutionize the headphone market. And now we have validation that there is a need in the market. Our recent Kickstarter project was funded.

With this support we can shape the next innovation in headphone technology.