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Tuesday, March 29, 2005, 2:44 PM

Human Area Networking Technology

NTT DoCoMo have developed a technology they call RedTacton, "which it claims can send data over the skin's surface at speeds of up to 2 Mbps -- equivalent to a fast broadband data connection. Your body could soon be the backbone of a broadband personal data network linking your mobile phone or MP3 player to a cordless headset, your digital camera to a PC or printer, and all the gadgets you carry around..." [via wirelesswatchjapan]

Can you forsee yourself syncronising & dumping your thoughts directly to a blog like this !!!

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That would be pretty great... Nothing short of a revolution...

We would't be saying hi.. hello.. how r u?... my name is abc... etc. Once u handshake, u wud be busy looking into ur devices. How in-human :)

9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's seems to be great !!!

The evolution of wireless technolgy is limited by the power that can be transmitted over the air. But this red tacton will again turn back to its predecessor "wireline tech" ... since this speaks using body as a conductor.

And about the handshake, we can take it this way : As soon as u come in contact with the other human being it will read out the info about the person in the database... sounds great :)

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this technology must be something, but for me, it sounds scary...

But I would like to see how the communication will change with this technology.

8:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

インドで日本の技術が紹介されるなんてすごいですね。
でも、この技術ちょっと怖い幹事がします。

8:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

doesn't it mean its some kind of starting to turn humans into robots.

2:18 PM  
Anonymous viswha vivek said...

"doesn't it mean its some kind of starting to turn humans into robots" .... nahi nahi .. aesaaa nahi hai

11:30 AM  

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