By Mark HachmanFor the first time, a smartwatch that can sense motion is ready to be tested in the field.
In this video, the team from Microsoft and Google demonstrate how they can use a motion-detecting LED to measure and alert users to potential danger.
They’ve been using it to detect possible road hazards and pedestrians, among other things, since they began testing it back in January.
The team from the Redmond, Washington-based Redmond team behind the technology have been working on this concept for about two years.
It was first developed by a group at Google in 2015 and has been used to detect motion in the car.
Since then, a variety of devices have been designed, and now the technology is ready for the field and could soon be used in the real world.
The technology can detect when a person moves from their usual spot, or when someone is walking or walking down a sidewalk. “
It’s really useful for when you’re driving and the road’s not as clear as you might like, but the light on the side of the road can be a great indicator of where you are.”
The technology can detect when a person moves from their usual spot, or when someone is walking or walking down a sidewalk.
When this happens, the sensor on the display alerts users to a potential danger, such as pedestrians or cars.
In the video above, Microsoft and the Google team show how the device works and how it can be used.
As you can see in the video, it’s a combination of a light sensor, a camera and a sensor that can be configured to emit light when you walk.
When the light hits the sensor, it generates an alarm that sounds a light.
The light then turns red and the light turns blue.
The blue light indicates a pedestrian.
The sensors in the device also have a green light that’s sent to the smartphone when a pedestrian enters or leaves a designated area.
Once the light is turned on, the smartphone’s camera then flashes and a small LED shows up.
When it detects that it’s within the designated area, the LED lights up and the signal is sent to a nearby device, which sends it off to a radar detector.
If you look at the video from the end of the video and the end where the phone is in front of the sensor and the radar detector, the green light is going to be a red signal and the red light is coming from the device’s proximity sensor.
The red light will indicate a pedestrian in the area.
The Google team said the technology could be deployed as early as next year.
It said the sensors would work well for pedestrians and cyclists and would also be useful for detecting other objects, such a vehicle, at night or when there’s a car in the road.
“There’s been a lot of research that has been done on the subject of motion detection,” said Google researcher and blink camera team founder David Pomerantz.
“But in the last couple of years, we’ve seen more and more applications and we’ve also seen that the technology can be applied to a wide variety of environments.”