Fasten your seatbelts

Transferjet is a new consortium of some of the biggest names in the electronics biz (Sony, Panasonic, Hitachi…) assembled to create a new wireless standard. What caught our eye immediately is that a primary goal is eliminating any need for cabling devices together–e.g., you could take digital snapshots and then view them simply by putting your camera on top of the TV. Accessibility implications aplenty, particularly for people with visual and cognitive disabilities as well as those with dexterity disabilities. Woohoo!

Gizmodo: Sony and others form Transferjet consortium to make short-range wireless tech

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