Tag Archives: wearables

Nod, gesture control ring

The Nod device is a touchless gesture control device meant to be worn as a ring: The device works with smartphones, tablets, computers, the Nest thermostat, those fancy WiFi enabled light bulbs, “and more,” according to Whipsaw; we’re guessing that “and more »

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Wearable tech: not a device, but a system

Building hardware for the wearables market is only the first challenge companies need to master. For a truly differentiated experience, they must build out a service. The majority of products haven’t successfully married the hardware and the software in such more »

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Hövding, an invisible bicycle helmet

Hövding is a collar for bicyclists, worn around the neck. The collar contains a folded up airbag that you’ll only see if you happen to have an accident. The airbag is shaped like a hood, surrounding and protecting the bicyclist’s more »

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MYO – Wearable Gesture Control

With the wave of your hand, MYO will transform how you interact with your digital world. The MYO armband lets you use the electrical activity in your muscles to wirelessly control your computer, phone, and other favorite digital technologies. Using groundbreaking more »

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Google glasses

Google unveiled “Project Glass”, which is a project from the Google[x] team that aims to make your daily life completely hands free. Rather than using your phone to take pictures, video chat, check into restaurants, listen to music, and get more »

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CuteCircuit, wearable fashion

CuteCircuit is a fashion company based in London that designs interactive fashion. CuteCircuit is a pioneer in the field of wearable technology and introduced many ground breaking ideas to the world of fashion by integrating new beauty and functionality through the use more »

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The Solar Handbag

Luxury handbag becomes a portable power station when miniaturized solar cells and embroideries are combined. With the boom of environmental consciousness, bags with integrated solar cells to charge your mobile phone or laptop have become commonplace. The usual approach of more »

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Climate Dress

The Climate Dress by Diffus,  lights up in relation to how much carbon dioxide is in the atmosphere. The Climate Dress is made of conductive embroidery, over hundred of tiny LED lights inserted into the embroidey, a CO2 sensor and an more »

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Kobakant DIY Wearable Technology Doc

HOW TO GET WHAT YOU WANT. The site documents the range of wearable technology and soft circuit solutions. The site also contains collections of material and tool resources and example projects that explain the integration of individual solutions for smaller more »

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