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www.wmfd.com - We've got smartphones, smartwatches and smartglasses. Now, Sony is planning a new kind of technology, Smartwigs. The Japanese electronics company has filed a patent for the device, which will use sensors to detect everything from blood pressure to brain waves. In its filing, Sony said the wearable wig could be used in a number of practical ways, such as helping blind people navigate without any extra assistance. The company says the device could also come in handy for the video gaming industry. }}" />

   
 
 
Sony Files Patent For New Smartwig Device

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  Original Published: 11/29/2013 We've got smartphones, smartwatches and smartglasses. Now, Sony is planning a new kind of technology, Smartwigs. The Japanese electronics company has filed a patent for the device, which will use sensors to detect everything from blood pressure to brain waves. In its filing, Sony said the wearable wig could be used in a number of practical ways, such as helping blind people navigate without any extra assistance. The company says the device could also come in handy for the video gaming industry.
   
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