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.

Telstra Plan To Trial LoRaWAN IoT Wireless technology In Melbourne
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Telstra Plan To Trial LoRaWAN IoT Wireless technology In Melbourne

Telstra is set to test a new wireless technology in the CBD of Melbourne, specifically designed for Internet of Things. The purpose of the network will be to support and upkeep its IoT challenge being run in collaboration with Melbourne City, where the contestants develop and also demonstrate IoT applications. LoRaWAN tech operated in unlicensed […]

Rufus Cuff – The Wearable Tablet Is Here!
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Rufus Cuff – The Wearable Tablet Is Here!

The eponymous Rufus Labs has launched a wearable tablet called ‘The Rufus Cuff’. The device runs on Android OS and looks something out of a science fiction. It looks like a Smartwatch but has the features of a mini tablet. Here are the key features of the Rufus Cuff. The device features powerful speakers, front-facing […]

My first experience of Microsoft Hololens demo in NYC!
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My first experience of Microsoft Hololens demo in NYC!

  D 4D street artist Anthony Cappetto within ‘Life Flow’, an anamorphic 3D design for a cardiovascular conference in San Francisco, California, USA. Happy New Year everyone! 2016 is starting out with new opportunities and new experiences with emerging technologies of the wearable kind… Today I just attended a demo for the Microsoft Hololens wearable […]

Newcomer from Japan: mirama Smart Glasses with Gesture Control
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Newcomer from Japan: mirama Smart Glasses with Gesture Control

Not at last when it comes to the productive use of Augmented Reality (AR) smart glasses in business environments, interaction is a critical component. Thus, a common approach is gesture recognition. Until today, no standard solution has been established and because of that, the game is still running and open for everyone, not only for the […]

Why You Need To Try Out Wearable Technology
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Why You Need To Try Out Wearable Technology

As writers would be on the lookout for new exciting and cool stories, this is definitely a fair share of exciting wearable tech and equally cool gadget. But up to until just recently, if you’d ask, “Do you actually own a wearable?” the answer would be no. Although these all these radical inventions sound nobble, […]

Fossil’s New Smartwatches Line Legitimizing Wearable Tech Market
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Fossil’s New Smartwatches Line Legitimizing Wearable Tech Market

Recently, Fossil unveiled a line of smartwatches, thus becoming one of the latest edge-cutting non-tech players when it comes to the wearable technology space. Companies such as Nike, Adidas and Under Armour have all ventured into the wearable technology, yet a number of them have failed and some are yet to realize greater success. Under […]

Empowering humans in the enterprise IoT
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Empowering humans in the enterprise IoT

Smart sensors and machine-to-machine communication are some of the IoT drivers that will definitely reshape the enterprise landscape and many of its business processes. Today, pre-planned preventive maintenance schedules or individual initiatives of attentive technicians trigger machine inspections to avoid equipment breakdowns. In the near IoT future, machines themselves can directly request for an inspection […]

4D 3D Augmented Virtual Reality Street Artist: Anthony Cappetto
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4D 3D Augmented Virtual Reality Street Artist: Anthony Cappetto

My name is Anthony Cappetto, an augmented virtual reality street artist and I am presenting my first of many posts about my thoughts and my developing initiatives integrating (or ‘blending’) my dedication to an art form with roots in the Renaissance with the unfolding developments of emerging technologies such as augmented and virtual reality such […]

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