TASQ is a new kind of wearable smartwatch by Google that comes with a built-in camera and GPS to help you get to know your body better. I’ve been using it for the past few weeks to track my sleep patterns, and the more I use it, the more I notice how much I love it. I’ve worn it in the car, in class, while driving, and in my office while working at my desk.
Its main advantage over other wrist-worn fitness trackers is the fact that you can wear it anywhere, not just in your pocket or on your wrist. Instead of just having a watch that runs on a battery that gets completely drained in a few hours, you can have a small, lightweight device that monitors your activities for the most minute details, and then upload them to your Google account. This means that you can have a device that you can never lose, and it will always have a backup.
It’s not quite what the creators of tasq.com had in mind when they created it, but that’s okay because it’s also not exactly like that. There are a lot of companies out there claiming to have products that will do the same thing, but so far the only one that’s actually working is a tiny fitness tracker that you can strap to your ear. A lot of people are still waiting for it to actually work.
If you are a tech-geek, you are probably curious as to how this device works. Because, as the name implies, it tracks your activity – even if you have the most boring, boring, boring home. The thing does this by storing all your activity in a database which is then accessed by apps that allow you to control the device. You can take the device out of your ear and never have to think about it again.
It’s a nifty idea, but it’s not quite ready for prime time. I mean, who wants to take an earpiece out with their ear? However, if you’re already on the fence about the idea, I recommend you check out the beta version of tasq, which was developed by a team of Google researchers. It’s the first time the technology has been tested on a large number of people without any major glitches.
When people hear the word “tasq” they think of the little plastic device that plugs into the ear and gives you a constant stream of instructions to move objects around the room. If you’re into the idea of being a cyborg (a robotic human being who lives in a different body), then tasq is one way to give that possibility reality.
tasq is based on a patent filed back in 2000 by Google that allowed them to embed microprocessors in their brains. As part of this patent, the company claims to have had a prototype system in which a person had a visual cue which told them where to move the cursor on a computer screen. The idea was that by adding a microprocessor, the person could control a variety of objects with a simple visual cue.
tasq is an interesting concept. It’s the brain of the future. It’s not very clear (perhaps because we’re not yet there) whether it will be in the hands of humans. As far as robots or man-machine interfaces go, we’re still a long way away. But the future is already here.
Tasq is being developed by the Japanese company called Virtual Technology. It’s an interesting concept because a person has a visual cue which tells them where to move the cursor on a computer screen. Of course, as with all technology, there’s a risk of overusing it and becoming ineffective.
I’m sure tasq technology will continue to prove useful in the future, but there really isn’t much of a point in talking about it now. The thing is, it’s not clear what exactly the technology is. The concept isn’t particularly clear on the surface, and while I’m sure it will be great for a wide variety of applications, it doesn’t really look like a useful tool for a lot of things.