includes devices which are normally small computing devices that can be worn on the body.
Steve Mann invented wearable computing
during his childhood in the 1960s and 70s, founded the MIT wearable computing
project in the 1990s [see above link] and has continued to lead this multi-billion industry as a founder or co-founder of a number of successful wearable computing
companies including Meta, InteraXon (makers of the the Muse brainsensing headband and the Muse Safilo eyeglass), and VisionerTech.
Kantar research indicated that iPhone owners are more interested in wearable computing
overall and more willing to spend money on gadgets, signalling that Apple could be more successful in the sector than rivals.
In 2013, Xcel successfully established a consortium of China's leading mobile technology players, including MapWorld and China Unicom and launched its first wearable computing
device, called the CCWatch to the China marketplace.
This has let me change the direction of several research communities: imaging, wearable computing
, transportation, technology for development, multimedia, health sensing, and social networks, among others.
The phrase "wearable computing
" encompasses a wide-range of clothing and accessories that include a technological component.
systems are at long last becoming a practical option, after years when they have typically been ungainly and difficult to integrate in industrial environments.
Which brings us to the flavor-du-jour of the technology world, wearable computing
Qatar's leading telecom company Ooredoo has entered into a strategic relationship with US-based Kopin Corporation in bid to make Qatar one of the leading countries in the world for next generation wearable computing
Intel Corp made a strong statement about its intentions to develop wearable computing
devices yesterday at International CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada, US, by demonstrating earbud heart monitors and a smart headset.
SITA Wearable computing
will be in fashion at airports.
The techno-toupe, which can read the wearer's brainwaves and direct them to their destination with onboard GPS, is the latest - and possibly the wackiest - addition to the world of wearable computing