by Johanna Mischke

April 5, 2012

Babak Parviz is one of the bright minds behind Google’s Project Glass

Babak Amir Parviz is professor at the University in Washington and we at Wearable Technologies started following in 2009 when we first read his article on Augmented Reality in a Contact Lens published in the ieee spectrum. Furthermore, he is involved in a joint project between his University and Microsoft Research focusing on non-invasive blood […]

by Johanna Mischke

March 5, 2012

Clever Plasters

Have you ever imagined monitoring your vital signs via a simple, disposable skin patch? We have covered this topic before but found that now there are a lot more products on offer: Gentag allows you to use your mobile phone to test your glucose levels, for example. Patented Gentag technology combines NFC consumer mobile phones, […]

by Johanna Mischke

March 5, 2012

Sensors add a new basic function to garments

Mikko Malmivaara is Product and Marketing Manager for the Finish textile and sensor integrator Clothing+.  In the following interview, he explains what his company does and how he sees the future of sensors. As a pioneer in the field of textile sensor systems, Clothing+ has already joined forces with many of the market’s key players. […]

by Johanna Mischke

February 5, 2012

Wearable Lifestyle & Consumer trends at the WTshow at CeBIT

Wearable Technologies will be hosting a WTshow at the CeBIT for the first time this year. From 6 – 12 March 2012, Wearable Lifestyle & Consumer products and projects will be on display right at the heart of the digital world in Hannover. The following companies will be exhibiting with us: takwak will present the […]