zGlue’s zOrigin Wearable Kit Lets You Design Your Own Wearable Device

zOrigin chip
In the near future, people will create their own wearables. That’s what zGlue, a Mountain View, CA-based startup believes. So, they created zOrigin – a chipset that allows you to […]
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