👓 Amazon patents wristband that tracks warehouse workers’ movements | The Guardian

Read Amazon patents wristband that tracks warehouse workers' movements by Olivia Solon (the Guardian)
Amazon has patented designs for a wristband that can precisely track where warehouse employees are placing their hands and use vibrations to nudge them in a different direction.

The biomedical engineer in me sees this patent and thinks, “This sounds like it might also be the greatest sex toy invention ever. Millions of women will be buying them for clueless boyfriends for their birthdays and the holidays. Amazon wins again!”

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