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Did you know that Germany had a secret weapon that led to its dramatic victory against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final? At the CES 2015, Darcy Norman, a performance data analyst with the German national team spoke about how the team used Adidas’ miCoach wearable tech and software to make decisions on which player need to be put in the game. The Adidas’ miCoach are small devices that can monitor distance, speed and heath rate of the wearer. The German national team wore them before and during the tournament so that coaches ...
Fashion and technology might look like an unlikely union. However, it seems that both have gelled well with each other quite well for the past one year. Its newest love-child is LookSee, an e-ink smart bracelet allows the wearer’s to personalize the design via imagery. LookSee pairs with a LookSee app through Bluetooth and lets users choose from hundreds of pre-loaded images and patterns or even their own phones which are then displayed in a series on the fashion bracelet. The bracelet uses an e-ink display, which means wearer’s...
A team of researchers at MIT working in collaboration with the University of California has created a digital display tech that can automatically adjust for vision issues, thus eliminating the need for glasses or contacts. The display technology is in reality a variation on glasses-free 3D which meets expectations not just by displaying diverse images to both the eyes, but by sending marginally distinctive images to distinctive parts of each pupil, thus recreating an image that appears right in front of the focal distance. You can ...
One of the most innovative product design and development firm, Cambridge Consultants has created a new generation of wearable technology that will change the face of smart wear entirely. It’s called XelfleX, a type of smart textile that can turn clothes into active motion sensors using fiber-optic threads to track movement of the wearer making the cloth inherently smart. Wearer’s will only need to add a small electronics pack which would clip onto the fiber in a pocket and communicate with an accompanying app on the smartphone. ...
While a plenty of smartwatches and wearables can appear pointless, there are actually a ton of exceptionally savvy wearable gadgets in the market that can help save lives. A new Indiegogo project, known as Embrace brings together years of experimentation into one thin, light and captivating device. Lead by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor Dr. Rosalind W. Picard, the Embrace team started chipping away on a new wearable gadget that measures emotions, including stress, way back in 2007. The primary cycle called iC...
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