Ever since Apple released the Apple Watch, business professionals and students have been wearing them 24/7. However, they’re not the only wearable tech out there, Ringly is a new up-and-coming company that notifies you if you have a notification on your phone with a simple vibration. Ringly, the newest fad in wearable tech, allows one to pick who’s messages/emails/calls they want to receive notifications from and keep their smart phone put away throughout their workday.
A debilitating and often deadly disease, Epilepsy causes 50,000 deaths in the United States every year. With wearable technology on the rise, new medical patches, like an epilepsy patch, can be worn on the skin or like a watch and monitors and interprets data to find seizure triggers and disperse medication.
Wearable Technology Enters the World of Personal Training
Wearable technology is a broad term for devices and gadgets that can be worn by a consumer and are used to make every day activates easier. Both fitness bands and smartwatches have become very popular among the mainstream audiences. Moov, a brand new fitness band created by an ex-Apple engineer, will change the inaccuracy that has come to be expected by other fitness bands and act as a personal trainer for its owners. Yesterday, Moov was launched through an already successful crowd funding campaign. Continue reading
According to multiple sources, the new upcoming trend of 2014 is “wearable technology.”
The first piece of wearable technology that pops into my head is Google Glass.
Nissan made their first vehicle, the Datsun, back in 1914. Fast forward almost 100 years and there are new products on the fore front: Nissan digital driving. This fall they released the Nismo Watch and the Nissan 3E is set to release at the end of November; proving that cars are no longer just for driving.