Technology, gadgets and digital applications or apps have become an integral part of our lives. From helping us stay connected and updated with everything around to treating various health conditions, these gadgets are more than what we had expected them to be.
A team of Human Computer Interaction specialists at Lancaster University tapped an untouched dimension of technology and developed a smarter and personalized wristband, called “Snap,” recently. It can help adults with autism in monitoring and recording their anxiety data, thereby helping them deal with the disorder in a more efficient way.
Snap works differently from other wearables
Snap is a wonder […]