Wearable Technology

If you want your technology to also be at hand one of the best ways is to wear it. In the wearable tech section of coolest gadgets we will share all the latest and greatest of wearable technology.

 

Cybershoes makes VR even more accessible

by Edwin - on February 13th, 2019

The world of Virtual Reality (VR) has certainly grown by leaps and bounds over the years, and innovation in the hardware industry has made the nightmare that was the Virtual Game Boy by Nintendo seem like a bad dream. VR company Cybershoes has come up with their very own VR accessory that is aptly known as Cybershoes, where you wear it on your feet so that you can literally walk, run or flee through whichever virtual reality world that you are in at that point in time.

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CrossHelmet X1 provides 360° field of view

by Edwin

For some of us, there is the thrill of zipping down the highway on a motorbike at speeds that we would normally not dream of doing so in an attempt to obtain an adrenaline rush while skipping rush hour traffic. Owning a high powered motorbike is certainly a joy, but then again there is also the drawback of having one’s vision being blocked or limited due to the helmet that one wears. The CrossHelmet X1 offers something else entirely: a 360° field of view that is made possible courtesy of its integrated rear-camera and augmented reality HUD (Heads Up Display).

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Pocket Sky helps keep you happy

by Edwin

For some people, the change in seasons would be accompanied by a change in moods, but for the worse. There is just something about a lack of sunlight or perhaps even with a bleak outlook for a few months that will send the human body into a spiral of depression. Pocket Sky from Austrian healthtech-start-up Active Wearables intends to prevent that, where it is touted to be able to put a stop to the likes of seasonal affective disorder, jet lag, or even shift work disorder. The Pocket Sky is meant to be worn like a pair of glasses for just 20 minutes daily, and it tips the scales at a mere 12 grams so that you will not even know that it is there, enabling it to blend smoothly into any lifestyle.

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Omron Healthcare HeartGuide available for pre-order

by Edwin

It is inevitable that as our bodies begin to age, we end up with more and more ailments, not to mention parts of our bodies begin to function in a less efficient manner than ever before. Many of the elderly have learned to cope with various conditions, and having a blood pressure monitor machine at home is always handy. Omron Healthcare has come up with its all-new HeartGuide, which is touted to be the first wearable blood pressure monitor from the company. Made available for pre-orders already, this oscillometric blood pressure monitor would arrive in the design of a wrist watch and has picked up clearance from the FDA as a personal medical device.

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Bose Frames offer more than just UV protection

by Edwin

Fancy picking up a brand new pair of sunglasses? Well, you will be able to look stylish and obtain the necessary degree of UV-protection from Bose. Yes, Bose, not a name that you would normally associate with fashionable sunglasses, but they have rolled out the Bose Frames. The Frames is a breakthrough product that merges the protection and style of premium sunglasses, alongside the functionality and performance of wireless headphones, in addition to being the first audio augmented reality platform in the world, all within a single device.

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La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV needs no batteries to run

by Edwin

MySkinTrackMany of us would love to have a nice and even tan, but not all of us are able to have the opportunity to pull that off each year. While the summer months provide a decent amount of sunlight to obtain that dream tan look, it is important to take note of whether you are getting too much sun for your own good, so much so that it might end up being more harmful to you. L’Oréal has recently announced the La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV, proudly touting it to be the first battery-free wearable electronics that can measure UV exposure.

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Casio WSD-F20A review

by Edwin

casio-wsd-f20a-reviewThe smartwatch market continues to evolve, with high street brand names jumping aboard the bandwagon as well. Casio’s pedigree in the field of horology has been proven time and again, and their latest attempt in an Android-powered smartwatch that will not shirk at the sight of adventure would be the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20A. Following Japanese wisdom, this is the second iteration of an outdoor Android-powered timepiece by the Japanese company, targeting those who live an active lifestyle and want a rugged timepiece that does more than just keep track of time.

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8K heated apparel can be controlled by an app

by Edwin

8k-outerwearThere is a twofold reason as to why we wear clothes: primarily to cover our modesty, as well as to keep in step with the world of fashion. However, in line with a world where everything seems to have a “smart” prefix attached to it, why not make your clothes be a little bit smarter? This is exactly what 8K has done, introducing the first app controlled heated apparel in the world that boasts of the ability to keep your smartphone charged as well when it starts to run low on battery.

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