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The Latest in Wearable Tech
Motorola's take on the smartwatch is the most interesting one to date. It’s designed with a watch in mind first, then a smartwatch second.
A Montreal-based tech company, called OMSignal, has come up with a line of "biometric smart shirts". Although pricey, the shirt can monitor biometric smart shirts". Although pricey, the shirt can monitor biometrics and sync with an free app to iOS devices.
A futuristic approach to motion gestures, the Nod Bluetooth ring allows your devices with a wave of your hand. The opportunities are endless for the future of this device in
high-tech tractor cabs.
When you are out working in the field the biggest battle is the fight against sleep. This problem may be a thing of the past. Once the device detects the wearer is falling asleep, it will "nudge" you back awake.
Screens are sometimes too complicated. So that's where ear tech comes into play. Completely wireless in-ear headphones that are also a MP3 player, a Bluetooth headset, microphone, USB stick, heart rate monitor, and fitness tracker.
BearTek is developing a pair of gloves that lets you communicate with a smartphone via Bluetooth with 6 touch points. The durability might be a little less than to be desired, but the tech is certainly something to keep an eye on.
Google is working on new project called “Project Ara”. It's a phone that you can customize to fit your needs. It’s claimed to be “the only smartphone you’ll ever need”.
Check out the some of the latest innovations in wearable technology