by Johanna Mischke

May 5, 2012

A Review of Wearable Futures: Inclusive Design Conference

Jane McCann based at the University of Wales and one of our wonderful speakers at the WTconference in Munich earlier this year, concludes her involvement with the ‘Wearable Futures: Inclusive Design’ conference series. She has been associated with leading design research in sportswear and wearables for several years focusing primarily on collaborative research in the […]

by Johanna Mischke

May 5, 2012

Wearables for identity management

Dr Sandra Wilson is a senior lecturer in Design & Craft (Jewellery & Metal) at the University of Dundee, UK. She is currently involved in a project called IMprints conducting research into public responses for the future identification of management practices and technologies. In the following account she gives an overview on the project and […]

by Johanna Mischke

April 5, 2012

Draw comparisons with the Bundesliga players thanks to beMeister

IMPIRE AG is Germany’s biggest supplier of football statistics and editorial services for the media and clubs. IMPIRE is also the company behind beMeister – a tracking system that captures performance data for soccer players. We had the chance to interview IMPIRE’s executive board member, Christian Holzer: 1. In what wearable projects or activities is […]

by Johanna Mischke

April 5, 2012

M2M Challenge 2012 – Revolutionising the machine-to-machine business

Machine-to-machine (m2m) communication can improve Wearable Technologies and make them even smarter. Are you fully aware of that because you are currently working on integrating wearables into a whole ecosystem or are you involved in another innovative m2m project? If so, join the M2M Challenge ・an international innovation competition looking for the smartest and most […]

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 […]