Sagacious Himself — brevity in circumlocution: never blague — suffering genius

February 12, 2008

deep thought evident in hollywood

Filed under: Humor — Sagacious Himself @ 8:19 pm

blistering intelligence oozing from their pores

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match.com: we guarantee you’ll find someone…. or you can continue looking

Filed under: BULLSHIT — Sagacious Himself @ 8:00 pm

That’s an awesome guarantee.  You’ll find someone in six months, but when you don’t you can look for another six months

someone at match needs to be smacked

myoelectric text entry (keyboard)

Filed under: CIO,Concept — Sagacious Himself @ 11:13 am

updated 2011 with newer products

keyglove, and mouseglove are the products to watch. They are of the DIY variety so being existentially challenged is as much your fault as any

timeline, products, and sparking ideas..

fun phrases

Surface electromyography

United States Patent 4964411
Evoked EMG signal processing, Issued on October 23, 1990

A method of separating dispersive and synchronous time varying myoelectric signals

The Finger-Joint Gesture Wearable Keypad (1999)
http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/goldstein99fingerjoint.html

Survey of virtual keyboards
http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/532022.html

FingeRing

thumbcode

DSI datotech: mutli-point touchpad

VKB projection

VKey

How to operate a PC without using the hands (2005): HaMCoS
http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1090785.1090828


Today:  SenseBoard

http://www.senseboard.com/

^ now bankrupt “assets owned by Asplund Data AB

Patent number: 7362305

Alternatively: DataHand keyboard (defunct)

natural keyboard = Klockenberg, 1926?

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update: wordpress hosted images for posterity and whatnot, and newer devices

And newer items which might violate existing IP leading to similar demise.  Wish for them in frustration

MouseGlove, built around arduino, this might be your best shot at ACTUALLY obtaining  one!

http://mouseglove.sourceforge.net/

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SudoGlove, a Cornell project, also built atop arduino

NOT designed for text entry, not likely adaptable without overkill effort

http://www.jeremyblum.com/2010/05/09/sudoglove/

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MIT Glove Mouse

NOT designed for text entry

http://web.mit.edu/kimt/www/6.111/final/index.html

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The peregrine glove

actually-available, polished product, not designed with typing in mind, but could be adapted

http://theperegrine.com/product/

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kitty

designed for TYPING

http://www.kittytech.com/

cmehring@eng.uci.edu

reminiscent of a Police song

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not wearable, not a full keyboard

http://www.matias.ca/halfkeyboard/index.php?refID=7

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keyglove build your own adventure, if your inner purest rebels against arduino, but similarly Open Source. Encouraging the freedom to tinker

designed with typing and game control

http://www.wirejunkie.com/resources/wearable/keyglove/

http://www.keyglove.net/features/

pump them full of mature suggestions: http://www.keyglove.net/contact

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some more wearable gear

http://wearables.blu.org/

2002 standford link collection

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FingeRing

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thumbcode

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DSI datotech keyboard

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VKB projection keyboard a must have stocking stuffer

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VKEY, smart room accessory? or for the light traveling executive?

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senseboard.  I have been irked that repeated attempts to purchase since comdex debut were ignored

SenseBoard Technologies AB P.O. Box 1077 Se-164 25 Kista SE

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datahand, excellent for those with fine motor skills or a desire to escape repeated action injury

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fun comparison matrix of esoteric data key entry devices

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dd-wrt 23 sp2 vs tomato 1.15 — screencaps and whatnot

Filed under: category euthanized,DARPA,Geeky goodness,HardWare,Software Review — Sagacious Himself @ 8:59 am

briefly


tomato has more intuitive QoS controls

tomato has shinier bandwidth graphs

  • tomato bandwidth realtime

  • tomato QoS connections distribution

dd-wrt screenshots later

When KAID, VPN, and VoIP are not an issue tomato is the way to go.

I’m days away from donating $20 to dd-wrt to try their ‘special’ QoS edition!

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