ByJocelyn Longoria 2019-06-04 371
The iPhone and Apple Watch application, dedicated to collecting information from the heart of the user and offering insight into their heart health, has a very cool plan: to define which moments of the opening keynote of WWDC19 will be the most striking and surprising. As? Analyzing the beats of the participants of the event, of course!
Anyone who is at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, at the time of the opening keynote of WWDC can start a cardiac recording on the Cardiogram for Apple Watch; the application will monitor the user's heart until the end of the presentation, recording possible peaks and joining this information with that of all other participants to create a "map" of the highlights of the event.
The cool part is that during the conference, anyone can access that site to follow a live record of collective heartbeat. The page will show a brief history of the participants' hearts, so that we can compare the current moment with what happened previously in the keynote.
With that, who knows, the traditional question so much discussed post-events of the Apple will be answered more objectively: what was the best announcement of the day?
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