Philips Weightwatchers Activelink 2.0 by Bluelarix

Bluelarix has teamed up with Philips and Weightwatchers to design ActiveLink 2.0 activity monitor, the second generation of a wearable gadget that helps you to get in shape. This device can only be used when you have an account with weight watchers, small but mighty, it’s a great addition to your plan to get you […]

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June Bracelet Measures Sun Exposure on Your Skin to Avoid Sunburn

June Bracelet has been introduced at the 2014 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, it’s a smart wearable technology to help you avoid nasty sunburn. We way it’s smart because this innovative bracelet observes your habits, measures sun exposure, and advices you how to protect you skin from bad effects of the sun. If […]

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Tap Strap 2 – Wearable Keyboard and Mouse with AirMouse Feature

Control your device with gestures, it is made possible by Tap Strap 2. This is actually the second generation of wearable keyboard and mouse, this time, it features AirMouse capability where you can control devices such as smart TVs or iPads with AirMouse functionality. Connected through Bluetooth, Tap Strap 2 allows user to use a simple wave of the hand to […]

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tH2O Medical Bracelet Monitors Hydration Levels of Your Body

tH2O medical bracelet is a design submission by Maeva Berthelot, it’s a concept wearable device for elderly people. Due to the loss of thirst notion, the dehydration of the elderly is frequent and may generate health problems. This medical bracelet assists the elderly people by reminding them to drink and allowing them to watch their […]

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Fluid Wearable SmartPhone by Dinard da Mata

Fluid reminds me of Nokia Morph. It’s a smartphone that uses flexible “OLED” technology. Fluid provides mobility and ease in handling its duties. You can wear Fluid as one of your fashion accessories, this wearable gadget is certainly won’t take space in your pocket, you can wear it as a bracelet. Unfortunately there’s no further […]

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Sony Ericsson Phone : Wearable Around The Neck

Compact mobile phone design for Sony Ericsson. This mobile phone is a personal, friendly object which is wearable around the neck. The user can use the three buttons (Busy, Accept, Reject) to handle the calls.

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