UNICEF Wants Wearables for Those Who Actually Need Them

UNICEF Wants Wearables for Those Who Actually Need Them
technology

The Wearables For Good Challenge hopes to open the floodgates for cost-effective, low-power, durable and scalable wearable tech

Leo Lutero
  • 3 june 2015

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is keen on starting a revolution in the wearable tech field to help children and women. In a competition called Wearables for Good, UNICEF together with ARM and frog will gather submissions from individuals or teams that want to leverage the the tech category for improving lives of those in need.

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