Added by Syuzi on March 11, 2014 at 11:39am — No Comments
For all of you trekking out to Austin today, there is a lot going on this year around wearable technology. Check out my list of talks and events not to be missed. Also if you are in Austin, please say “hi” and ping me on Twitter…Continue
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With Intel’s announcement of a collaboration with Opening Ceremony and Fitbit partnering with Tory Burch, the tech industry has been reaching out to the…Continue
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Two projects using technology in fashion caught my eye last week. These projects share a similar goal: decentralized clothing manufacture. The idea is that if we are able to produce our clothes locally, we can eliminate a large part of the manufacturing and distribution chain that accounts for a big part of fashion's carbon footprint.
The first project, Electroloom, promises "the world's first 3D printer for clothes"…Continue
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One of the primary functions of clothing is the regulation of body temperature. Traditionally we layer on clothes as the temperature drops but the acting of…Continue
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Most of the wearable technology on the market today falls into the accessories category, predominately taking form as electronics wrapped in silicone intended to be worn on your wrist.
I can’t not tell you how proud I am of wearable tech pioneers Ryan Genz and Francesca Rosella…Continue
Baubles are fun. It’s a great way to add personality to your wardrobe. Whether you’re into studs or pearls, jewelry adds that tiny bit of distinction and personalization that makes any outfit your very own. …Continue
Added by Syuzi on February 10, 2014 at 2:33pm — No Comments
PixMob has done it again by creating another wearable that turns show participants into part of a large screen. This opportunity to create interactive environments with PixMob's ability to push realtime content really excites me. I cannot see what they come up with next.
The entire show is controlled by…Continue
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For all you compulsive shoppers, you can ditch your 12 step program for an…Continue
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From her studies at the Swedish School of Textiles in Borås to Professor of Fashion Design at Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico, Marta Kisand's work in smart textiles spans not only many fields, but many countries. She has designed shoes, surfaces, clothing and car interiors - all show her signature graphic style and all are "smart" in more ways than one.
Ad agencies are quickly embracing wearable technology as a means of creating novel and exciting experiences for brands.
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A recent collaboration between CSR (developers of Bluetooth Smart) and Cellini (boutique jewelry designers) has produced an elegant silver pendant that looks good enough to wear even when the battery dies.
The pendant, still only a prototype, alerts the wearer to mobile phone events via a simple…Continue
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Transform your wearable prototype into a real business with Intel’s Make it Wearable challenge.
Now FT readers you have absolutely no excuse. Start…Continue
Added by Syuzi on January 7, 2014 at 3:01pm — No Comments
Durr is a wearable bracelet that vibrates every five minutes. It’s an experimental wearable that aims to bring the wearer awareness of the passing of time: Or in the creators’…Continue
Added by Syuzi on January 2, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments
For this roundup, I've picked five of what I think are the most interesting wearable tech campaigns on Kickstarter.
First up is Drumpants! Full disclosure, I recently joined the Drumpants team, so whereas I am biased, I still think it's one of most fun wearable tech products on…Continue
Sydney-based Wearable Experiments (We:eX) describe themselves as a "socially driven wearable technology company". With their latest offering, the Navigate jacket, they seem to be close to their mission of producing fashion tech with a functional design aesthetic.…Continue
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Just discovered that it was Nancy Tilbury and Benjamin Males from…Continue