This person uses a fingernail-shaped chip to transfer data between a tablet and a smartphone with just a touch.
This data ring makes the connection between two devices by transferring data via a wireless antenna.
The touch device can also take the shape of a bracelet. You still have to touch the device to confirm the connection.
How many mobile electronic devices to you have now? A smartphone, a laptop, a tablet, digital camera, maybe even a smart watch? And how often is it necessary to transfer pictures, documents or videos, between your devices? The inTouch technology developed by researchers from the VTT Research Center of Finland lets a ring, bracelet, or even a smart fingernail act as a conduit to transfer information between devices simply and securely – even when the devices are owned by different people.
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