Wearable Computer Design is a blog about the latest developments in wearable technology and their designs.
In this blog, we talk about the latest gadgets & cutting edge technology in this space. We look at trends, give news and reviews on wearable technologies. For example recent additions to Google Glass, Smart Watches, Smart Clothing and all other future gadgets that are making our lives more convenient and fun!
The Wearable Computer Design blog is about wearable technology and their design.
This blog is dedicated to the advancement of wearable technology and the design of wearable computers.
There are several sub-categories of wearable computer design: wristwatch, glasses and contact lenses, clothing, accessories, etc.
The goal of this blog is to bring together all the latest news on the development of wearable technology and their design. We want to inspire people with our articles and show that wearable computers can be used in everyday life.
The future is here!
The first of the much-anticipated Google Glass is expected to ship in 2013. The blog Wearable Computer Design will be covering the latest in technology and designs in this category, including watches that can access your email and glasses that have a screen.
There are also many practical applications for this technology. For example, doctors could use Google Glass as an ultrasound machine, or as an x-ray machine, to look at things inside a patient’s body. Or they could use it as a stethoscope to listen for heart problems.
You don’t need to be a doctor to see how useful wearable computers could be. They could tell you whether the restaurant you are about to enter has good reviews on Yelp; or give you directions if you’re lost; or let you know if there is heavy traffic ahead.
The wearable computer design blog is focused on the design of wearable computers and their technologies. There are several categories:
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In the not-too-distant future, the interface between people and computers will be a layer of wearable electronic devices.
Computers are already in our clothes, but they’re still carried around and interact with us through screens. A layer of electronic devices that is sewn directly into our clothing will change our relationship with computers–and with each other–in ways we can only begin to imagine today.
What will this layer look like? How will it be used? What problems will it solve? What new problems might it create? WCD is a blog about the design of wearable technology: a place to explore how these layers might look, how they might work, and what they might do for us.
Wearable technology, wearables, fashion technology, tech togs, or fashion electronics are clothing and accessories incorporating computer and advanced electronic technologies. The designs often incorporate practical functions and features, but may also have a purely critical or aesthetic purpose.
Wearable computer designs are related to the field of ubiquitous computing, which focuses on the interweaving of technology into the everyday lives of its users. Wearable computers are especially useful for applications that require more complex computational support, such as accelerometers or vibration sensors, than just hardware controlled through simple buttons. Examples of these applications include stock trading, wearable bio-sensors (for medical monitoring), heads up displays (e.g., in tactical environments) and wearable health monitors (heart rate monitors).
The first wearable computer was made by Steve Mann in 1981. This device helped capture his entire day from his point of view. Since then there has been a steady increase in interest towards developing wearable systems with more capabilities. These systems come with a variety of different design goals and requirements depending on their use cases