by Johanna Mischke

August 31, 2015

Real Spacesuits Are Extremely Expensive Wearables

Jocelyn Dunn recently served as Chief Scientist during an 8-month simulated Mars mission. WT | Wearable Technologies is excited to have her featured as a keynote at our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in Canada – coming up on September 10 in Toronto! In the following post is an interview with her about the space project and […]

by Ayliffe Brown

August 28, 2015

Traveling with Intelligence

Here at WT | Wearable Technologies we do a lot of international traveling. The story is always the same when you’re traveling with heavy luggage and to a city you have never been before. You make a plan, and life gives a curve ball so you’re forced to put all your belongings on the floor […]

by Ayliffe Brown

August 26, 2015

Radio Technology and its Role in the Future of Smart Wearables

The world of radio and its technology is one that has seen huge leaps and bounds over the past 100 years. Today’s world of radio technology though is one that has become even more innovative. The best place to see these new innovations is no doubt in the field of smart wearables. Everything from smartphones […]

by Spela Kosir

August 25, 2015

Wearable Transportation

Finding an apartment in a major city that is close to a public transportation can be a difficult task. A lot of people spend 15 minutes or more just getting to their desired bus stop or train station. Then once they arrive at their final stop they have to walk to their intended destination. This […]

by Zuriñe Dopacio González

August 21, 2015

Linkitz gives girls hands-on experience with making electronic things and programming them – Interview with Linkitz CEO Lyssa Neel

Lyssa Neel is the CEO of Linkitz, a wearable electronic toy that teaches kids to code. We had the chance to interview Lyssa and learn more about Linkitz. If you want to know more about it and see a live demo they will be speaking at our next upcoming WT | Wearable Technologies Conference Canada […]