As a sufferer of extreme carsickness, I’d do just about anything to make it stop… including zapping myself with electricity! This is essentially how the wearable antiemetic CinvStop device works, only the shock is entirely unnoticeable. By releasing a spe
dor_tal forecasts the future with wearable predictables app: worn as an interactive watch, the device functions as a contemporary fortune teller, predicting events and developments in different areas of life.
Where does the public stand with the Internet of Things? It’s focused now on Wearable Tech, especially as Wearable Technology crosses into lifestyle and fashion.+ With that in mind, this infographic appears to focus on where a millennial marketplace will
Liquid MIDI is an experimental textile interface for sonic interactions, exploring aesthetics and morphology in contemporary design. The technology is screen printed directly onto a textile surface, then through an Arduino micro controller communicates wi