Frederick Winslow Taylor, eat your heart out.

The pioneer of scientific management would no doubt give at least a nod of professional admiration to the patent filed by Tye Michael Brady of Seattle, Washington, for a “wrist band haptic feedback system.”

This fantastical (and as yet still imaginary) system would employ “radio frequency based tracking of a worker’s hands to monitor performance of inventory tasks.” Furthermore, if the wrist band senses that a…