Shine, by Misfit Wearables, is a wearable device that is used to track a wide range of activity. It is roughly the size of 2 or 3 stacked quarters, and uses a proprietary technique of data transfer that doesn’t require cables, charging stations, WiFi, or Bluetooth. The device displays via a series of lighted dots to indicate the completion level.

Shine, by Misfit Wearables, is a wearable device that is used to track a wide range of activity. It is roughly the size of 2 or 3 stacked quarters, and uses a proprietary technique of data transfer that doesn’t require cables, charging stations, WiFi, or Bluetooth. The device displays via a series of lighted dots to indicate the completion level.

Fuseproject designs wearable device that diagnoses diseases | design

Fuseproject designs wearable device that diagnoses diseases | design

Interaction Design inspiration on a wearable: WK4 A device that allows users to track and record their seizures. This is a storyboard that displays the key frames of the device and how it is used. It gives the viewer information on the types of interactions including gestures, as well as information on the responses and feedback.

Interaction Design inspiration on a wearable: WK4 A device that allows users to track and record their seizures. This is a storyboard that displays the key frames of the device and how it is used. It gives the viewer information on the types of interactions including gestures, as well as information on the responses and feedback.

A new wearable device has been created, which gives people with dementia independence and allows their carers to know if they are within a designated safe area.

A new wearable device has been created, which gives people with dementia independence and allows their carers to know if they are within a designated safe area.

Hip Connect puts patients in touch with their artificial joint like never before. The wearable device fits comfortably on the leg and utilizes a series of sensors to detect motion and force. This data is transferred wirelessly to an easy-to-use app on the user’s smartphone which alerts them if they are putting their joint at risk through physical activity.

Hip Connect puts patients in touch with their artificial joint like never before. The wearable device fits comfortably on the leg and utilizes a series of sensors to detect motion and force. This data is transferred wirelessly to an easy-to-use app on the user’s smartphone which alerts them if they are putting their joint at risk through physical activity.

This activity-tracking device by former Apple CEO John Sculley's tech startup Misfit looks more like luxury jewellery than a sports accessory...

This activity-tracking device by former Apple CEO John Sculley's tech startup Misfit looks more like luxury jewellery than a sports accessory...

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