The Future Of Wearables Includes Sensor-Embedded Manicures

technology

Wearable Services is a pop-up nail salon where customers receive high-tech gel manicures.

Tiffany Nesbit
  • 27 may 2014

From smart socks that track your running technique to wristbands that provide sun protection, wearable tech devices provide a wide range of assistance in our daily lives. However, to many, wearables seem to be made by tech people to be used only by other techies. With this line of thinking comes a feeling of exclusion, so two MFA design students came up with an idea that would allow everyday people to use wearables in their everyday lives.

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