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Georgina Bradbury

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What is the future of wearable technology?

Wearable technology is an undeniable trend and many brands such as Nike, Apple, Samsung and Google are all bringing out products to satisfy consumers growing awareness and demand for new products.

A lot recently has been publicised about smartwatches in particular due to the Samsung Galaxy Gear watch and the new Apple iWatch- does this mean the future of wearable technology is all about wrist based devices? Can wearable technology cross over from being an fashion accessory to being a functioning part of our everyday lives? What do you think will happen in the future of this industry?

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  • Nov 17 2013: Oh i don't know, i struggle with these designs recently, a hat brim that lights my face, instead of a Zippo.
    A hat with LED panels at trance concerts/ I'm a dull guy no more.
    My flexible arm Oleds would change daily as my list of things to do and to get does.
    My shoe sensors will tell me how they are matched for the current terrain/change tread pattern.
    My stomach GPS will tell me where best daily food deals/nutritional daily allowance are in town.
    On my bike my LED arrays will let me be seen better/live longer on our streets.
    And the best one, my dollar is worth more than your dollar because it came out of a smart wallet/purse.

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