The advent of the Apple Watch (and other smart watches) represent another new device that has the potential to be a force that changes our behavior. At Labguru, we became intrigued by the opportunity to brainstorm what this could mean for researchers. While tracking your heartbeat, getting social media updates, and navigation are all interesting, we thought about what someone doing science could do with a smart watch. It's particularly intriguing because unlike smart phones or computers, it keeps your hands free. Disclaimer: this is a prototype.
Hands-free protocols. Now you can look at your wrist while your mixing chemicals.
With Labguru for the Watch, you can control your instruments on your wrist. Monitor the status of your microwave or adjust the heating ramp, from anywhere, anytime.
Principal scientists are often on the go. Review and approve reagent orders with the touch of a button.
Unfortunately this isn't built yet so for now you'll have to use Labguru in preparation. Read more from the Labguru blog.