The bite is better than the bark!

You might have heard of wearable gadgets – but how about chewable technology? University of Auckland researchers have been pioneering a device which would allow the user to answer a phone call simply by biting down on it. ChewIt, developed by the Auckland Bioengineering Institute's Augmented Human Lab team, is a tiny piece of technology encased in a flexible, custom-made printed circuit board. By being operated from within your mouth, it enables discreet and hands-free interaction with your phone, computer or smartwatch. It was developed by Associate Professor Suranga Nanayakkara, who made international headlines in recent years with the FingerReader, a prototype device worn on the finger th

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