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Health june 30, 2016

This Wristband Can Predict Asthma Attacks

Researchers at North Carolina State University created an integrated, connected device to help people who suffer from respiratory issues

Technology may 11, 2016

This Cute Wearable Device Teaches Kids How To Code

A wearable to encourage young tinkerers to come up with their own creative applications

Design july 1, 2015

Wearable Bands Tell You Who to Chat Up Post-Conference

Grow your connections and prioritize conference networking using color-coded tech Alike

Design june 19, 2015

Sophie Maxwell: Designing the Embeddable Future of Our Sensory Potential

Futures Director at Pearlfisher yearns for a future where unobtrusive embeddables respond to our chemical and emotional responses

Mobile december 22, 2014

Wake Up! Wearable Biomonitor Keeps You Safer While Driving

U-Wake headband monitors you for driving fatigue and alerts others when you need to wake up

Home december 4, 2014

Wearable for People with Epilepsy Designed to Save Lives

Embrace smartwatch alerts the wearer’s loved ones when they have a convulsive seizure

IoT november 28, 2014

PSFK Gift Guide Spotlight: Mimo

The baby monitor of the future fashioned into a stylish onesie

Mobile november 28, 2014

PSFK Gift Guide Spotlight: Spire

This clip-on device helps you channel your inner Buddha

Retail november 28, 2014

PSFK Gift Guide Spotlight: Lumo Lift

This wearable sensor is your path to better posture

Retail november 28, 2014

PSFK Gift Guide Spotlight: Kapture

Retroactively preserve desired audio memories with the push of a button

Home october 23, 2014

Click Your Heels Three Times to Hail an Uber with ‘Dorothy’

Connected shoe clip device lets you tap your feet together to trigger specific phone actions

Technology april 16, 2014

Virtual Eyeballs Take The Effort Out Of Being Social [Video]

Japanese researcher has developed a wearable device that displays eyes to make the wearer appear friendly.

february 18, 2014

Text-Scanning Ring Can Read Books Aloud To The Visually Impaired [Video]

Developed by the Fluid Interfaces Group at MIT, the FingerReader is a wearable device that assists in reading printed text.

Home august 26, 2013

Recording Wristband Preserves Audio Memories

Kapture is a new type of wearable device that lets people preserve the audio moments in life that are difficult to keep.


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