E-traces by lesia trubat are ballet shoes that digitally record the movements of dancers and present the data as a kind of "drawing on the floor" image. It would be cool to build a corollary robot that could repeat the dance from the data.
You have a phone that just makes calls and allows for Inetrnet access and e-mail? How passé and non geek-chic can a person get? Read on to discover the amazing wearable tech phenomenon known as phone-control garments!
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Wow ! I've read an article where we can use our skin as a touchscreen for our smartphone. There is no need to use the device. We can just wear the device to our skin talk and text accordingly without any trouble or any itching sensation to the skin. Some doctors are saying that it might cause cancer but thorough investigation was performed in the lab and decided it is not a cancer causing agent. The article did not mention about the audio. That might become a intelligent question.
Wearable technology and lucid dreaming; two things you wouldn't normally hear in the same sentence. Unless, you were on the team of Arenar, the Amsterdam-based startup behind the iBand+. The iBand+ wearable is all about sleep, but instead of the average sleep tracking package offered by many other wearables, the iBand+ aims
Wearable technologies or smart textiles are of high interest among the medical community as these technologies promise to enable more accurate monitoring of patients while giving more dignity and convenience to the patients in form of discretely integrated sensors into clothing