Category Archives: Wearable Computing

Mobile and wearable computing

The wearable technology is getting attention all around the world and claim will be the next big thing. Google’s Glass, Samsung Galaxy Gear Smart Watch and iWatch from Apple – to name a few products from leading technology companies.  The … Continue reading

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Wearable computers: extensions of the human body

Throughout human history, civilizations have always studied ways to face adversity and to build tools to facilitate living conditions. American anthropologist Edward Hall believed that body limitations triggered man’s curiosity to create tools that could be used as ‘extensions’ of … Continue reading

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Mobile and Wearable Computing: A Day with Technology

Mobile and wearable computing is expanding to meet a number of our personal and professional needs.  Devices sold are to reach 70 million by 2017 and sales are predicted to reach $19 billion by 2018, but what does that exactly … Continue reading

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Wearable Computing: Are Cyborgs the Future?

Google Glass is scheduled to hit consumer markets in 2014, but one person, Professor Steve Mann, has been using optical head-mounted computers since 1980. Unlike Google Glass, Mann’s EyeTap Digital Glass has become a more or less permanent fixture of … Continue reading

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