Wow. This vintage mini 35mm camera could very well be one of the earliest known wearable tech cos’ it can be worn on the wrist like wrist watch too. Created by one Austrian chemical engineer, Rudolph Steineck, this mini analog camera was first came onto the market in 1957 in Switzerland and it had three […]
It is no secret that our smartphones and, possibly, other smart devices like smart speakers and whatnot, can eavesdrop on us. Unlike web camera which shutting it off is a masking tape away, we can’t simply tape up microphones to stop a device from snooping on us – that’s if you can even locate the […]
If you are having trouble getting a good night sleep all the time like me and prefer not to pop pills, then you may want to take look at the this new wearable sleeping aid called Modius SLEEP.
Here’s a new twist on wearables. It is not a wearable tech that we talking about, though. The kenma wemo is an age-old tool with a modern twist, without the burden of modern day tech. Wemo is a wearable notepad. Yes. It is a notepad and it is wearable. However, instead of the usual notepad […]
An immersive home theater setup that includes a big-ass UHD display and sound system proper with Dolby Digital audio to boot may set you back at tens of thousands of dollars. Clearly, that is a luxury reserved for richie rich. Not with the Cinera Edge which literally costs a fraction of that price.
Life, moving forward, would revolve around wearing face mask and social distancing. The latter is the hardest, but not if Italian company IKR Multimedia can help it. The music creation hardware and software maker has created a wearable device that will ensure safe distancing is maintained.
Smart glasses. The one wearable tech that is not so talked about in any given year. Is it really the future? I don’t know, man. The future is sketchy at best IMHO, but that does not stop a bunch of companies, including the likes of Huawei, Intel, and Vuzix – just to name a few, […]
If you have grown to depend on Amazon Alexa, then you may be interested in three new wearables from Amazon joining its Echo line of products that supports Amazon’s voice assistant.
You can hear the music, but you will not feel it. You can play games, get sucked into the audio and visual extravaganza, but there’s no way will feel it. However, with the Woojer Edge Haptic Feedback Wearable, you will be able to feel the music and feel the game.
Exoskeleton suit in real life is not even remotely close to fantasy tech of Iron Man, but rather, it is something like the Vest EXoskeleton (VEX), a wearable robot of sort developed by Hyundai Motor Group. That’s right. In addition to developing groundbreaking automobile tech like solar car roof, smartphone entry and more, the South […]