The current challenge of wearables is to make them desirable, to make people want, to make people relate to wearables, connect to it. Emotional Wearables are the next frontier in smart clothing, and this project precisely emphasizes on smart clothing for mothers, which also enables them to bond with their baby.…
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This past fall (2015), I taught an introductory class of technology textiles to fibers students at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. This was for many students a first introduction to the world of electronics, soft circuits, programming and designing for interaction. Needless to say, the final projects pretty much blew me…Continue
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More nice work coming out of the Netherlands fashion schools with Jasna Rokegem's Brainwaves pieces.
Styled for both men and women (so long as they are from the…Continue
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Neffa Studio's Chameleon Mood Scarf is designed to create a sense of comfort, warmth, peace and safety for the wearer.
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Smart Fabrics + Wearable Technology 2015 recently held from May 11-13 in the booming start-up town of San Francisco featured some of the most exciting and cutting edge research and innovation in fabrics and wearables tech.…Continue
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If you can only attend one wearable technology conference this year, then Smart Fabrics 2105 should be at…Continue
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She's done it again: Beauty technologist, Katia Vega (together with fellow researchers, Marcio Cunha and Hugo Fuks) is once more pushing the boundaries of wearable electronics with her latest project,…Continue
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Drumroll please... The winner of Intel's Make It Wearable development track is:
Nixie, a wearable, flying selfie-cam!
Yes, the above image is a rendering and at first glance it may look like a bulky piece of hardware,…Continue
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The ten finalists of Intel's Make It Wearable Build It development track will be announced today, 3 November in San Francisco. Your intrepid reporter is there to get the scoop. :)
You can participate by watching the live webcast NOW on makeit.intel.com and you can add your voice to the fan vote using the same link.
Yesterday, each team presented their hard work to a panel of judges and guests. …Continue
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Fashion is the tech industries latest muse. Check out the latest announcements of future collaborations between tech giants and fashions brands. …Continue
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Metamorphosis is an experimental wearable that responds to the wearer’s alcohol consumption. Designed with pleated origami sleeves that expand and contract,…Continue
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Just before the start of New York Fashion Week, Intel reveals images of MICA, an acronym for “My…Continue
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