ICYMI: Health tech for VR sickness, smarter wifi and more

Mayo Clinic is hacking the brain to bypass movement confusion from virtual reality.

ICYMI: Health Tech for VR Sickness, Smarter Wifi and More

Today on In Case You Missed It: The Mayo Clinic is licensing a new system that uses electrodes to fool the brain from getting sick when it doesn't detect movement while using a VR headset. New, open-source recycling machines will let makers transform plastics into whatever their hearts desire. And MIT designed a smarter wifi system that can tell who is inside a room and who is out, letting those in log on without needing a password.

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