RE: [-empyre-] Experience with connecting people via a "hug overadistance"
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Having just looked it up and learned about muscle wires, I think it is a
Although not very strong...
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Patrick
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Subject: Re: [-empyre-] Experience with connecting people via a "hug
I realize that this is a technical response, but have you thought of
muscle wire. Yes, it does get hot, but you could insulate for that, and
it could have the benefit of creating warmth in the hug. It takes
electricity (simplifying interfacing, and has a relatively low latency
time (surely less than the air transfer), and it's silent.
Just an idea.
- P. Lichty
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