Wearables

Wearable computers, also known as body-borne computers or wearables are miniature electronic devices that are worn by the bearer under, with or on top of clothing. This class of wearable technology has been developed for general or special purpose information technologies and media development. The most popular consumer devices are watches and health-monitoring bands.

Google Glass 2.0 – Geared for Professional Use
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Google Glass 2.0 – Geared for Professional Use

Google Glass 2.0 – Primed for the Enterprise: Foldable, Rugged and Waterproof In the last few decades, amazing technological advancements in perceptual computing are continuing to provide huge benefits to the Enterprise markets when it comes to providing their clients and employees with high-end solutions to improve process efficiency and a return on investment. For the last few years, tech […]

Zuckerberg’s Facebook Working On Augmented Reality
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Zuckerberg’s Facebook Working On Augmented Reality

Here Comes Social Augmented Reality The intentions of Facebook in Virtual Reality came out clearly when it purchased Oculus, that’s already shipping units in a collaboration with Samsung while prepping a launch for the flagship headset. Michael Abrash of Facebook said that Virtual Reality has already kicked and arrived. However, Augmented Reality is naturally presenting […]

Tokyo-based H2L Launches a Haptic Feedback Armband
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Tokyo-based H2L Launches a Haptic Feedback Armband

The Haptic Feedback Armband from H2L In a recent development, H2L– a Tokyo-based startup firm has launched a haptic feedback armband, which will provide the users with a feeling as if they are touching the objects in the virtual world. Considering the fact that touch remains a significant part of virtual reality, the device launched […]

Parse Launches IoT SDKs for Intel, Broadcom, Atmel and TI Hardware
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Parse Launches IoT SDKs for Intel, Broadcom, Atmel and TI Hardware

Facebooks’ Parse has launched an Internet of Things (IoT) software development kits (SDK) for four different connected devices including Atmel, Intel, Broadcom as well as Texas Instruments. IoT has quickly become the latest app development platform of interest, particularly because of the advancements in consumer-grade smart devices. However, it comes with its own set of challenges for […]

Wearables used by the Golden State Warriors
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Wearables used by the Golden State Warriors

Wearable Technology in the NBA The Golden State Warriors did not win the 2014-2015 season NBA championship only by luck and chance but by leveraging wearable technology and analytics…and hard work. Their roster was disputably the best in the league and they endured a very healthy season to emerge as the NBA champions. However, there were certain advantages […]

Samsung Launches SmartThings IoT Hub and Connected Devices
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Samsung Launches SmartThings IoT Hub and Connected Devices

At the IFA 2015 event Samsung has a range of smart home monitoring systems and an IoT hub. During a press conference the company has announced a new smart home-monitoring camera, Samsung Sleep Sense and a new washing machine. Samsung’s camera system automatically records clips when important events occur. Samsung Sleep Sense is a device […]

Samsung-Marriott Offering Virtual Reality Experience to Marriott Guests
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Samsung-Marriott Offering Virtual Reality Experience to Marriott Guests

Samsung and Marriott Partner on VRoom Service Marriott Hotels has partnered with Samsung to offer its guests with virtual reality (VR) headsets to their rooms. The two are testing this service called VRoom Service over a two-week period at the New York Marriott Marquis and London Marriott Park Lane hotels. According to Marriott, the VRoom […]

University of California San Diego – Transmitting Signals Through The Body
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University of California San Diego – Transmitting Signals Through The Body

Magnetic Field Human Body Communication University of California, San Diego is attracting a lot of attention from people across the globe for developing a high-end wearable technology that can be used for transmitting signals through human body. A team of researchers  headed by professor Patrick Mercier at the University of California has come up with a […]

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