Wearable Technology

Meet Nixie, the World’s First Wearable Drone

Meet Nixie, the World’s First Wearable Drone

The selfie just went airborne thanks to Nixie, a drone you can wear on your wrist like a watch! According to the inventor, with just a simple gesture, the drone takes off, turns its camera to you to snap

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CuteCircuit Designs Clothing That Lights Up, Tweets and Changes Pattern When you Want

CuteCircuit Designs Clothing That Lights Up, Tweets and Changes Pattern When you Want

What if, when you got sick of the pattern on your favorite jacket, instead of donating it you could just change the pattern using an app on your phone? CuteCircuit is making it happen! The atelier

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PHOTOS: Apple Unveils The Apple Watch – Its First Wearable Device

PHOTOS: Apple Unveils The Apple Watch – Its First Wearable Device

Things to know about the newly launched Apple Watch: 1. It is Apple's first wearable device. 2. The smartwatch features a square face made from sapphire crystal and the watch case is available in

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Brilliant Device Could Completely Replace Crutches!

Brilliant Device Could Completely Replace Crutches!

It is astonishing that the design of crutches hasn't changed much since they were invented about 100 years ago. Behzad Rashidi’s brilliant Sit & Stand Walking Assistant addresses this anachronism

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Segway-esque UPnRIDE Standing Wheelchair Allows Quadriplegics to “Walk” Again

Segway-esque UPnRIDE Standing Wheelchair Allows Quadriplegics to “Walk” Again

Israeli innovation has once again introduced potentially life-changing technology to the world. Dr. Amit Goffer gave millions of paraplegics (paralyzed from waist down) the opportunity to stand upright

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How to Get Fashionably Struck by Lightning

How to Get Fashionably Struck by Lightning

Would you dare to wear clothing that conducts electricity? Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht's "Faraday Cage" dress is capable of conducting close to a million volts of electricity! Her conductive ensemble

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World’s First Anti-Shark Wetsuits Protect Surfers and Divers From Deadly Attacks

World’s First Anti-Shark Wetsuits Protect Surfers and Divers From Deadly Attacks

We’ve showcased several attempts at creating the ultimate invisibility cloak - but the “Anti-Shark” Wetsuit is the world’s first design that renders divers and surfers invisible to sharks!

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The Manicure of the Future Gives You Smart Fingernails

The Manicure of the Future Gives You Smart Fingernails

You've seen smart phones, smart glasses and even smart watches, but how about smart fingernails? Wearable technology is poised to become huge, so two students at the Art Center College of Design in

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Triton Scuba Mask Transforms Divers into Human Fish

Triton Scuba Mask Transforms Divers into Human Fish

South Korean designer Jeabyun Yeon just unveiled a conceptual scuba mask that would allow divers to breathe underwater without air tanks. The mask, called the Triton, consists of two branching arms

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530-Pound Exosuit Will Uncover New Life at 1,000 Feet Under the Sea

530-Pound Exosuit Will Uncover New Life at 1,000 Feet Under the Sea

This July, deep-sea diver Mike Lombardi plans to plunge 1,000 feet below the sea in a newly-designed, high tech “Exosuit” that will take him hundreds of feet deeper than he’s ever been able to dive

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High-Tech Glasses Help Surgeons Visualize and Target Clustered Cancer Cells

High-Tech Glasses Help Surgeons Visualize and Target Clustered Cancer Cells

A wearable technology so new it still doesn't have an official name could allow for more precise cancer-removal surgeries in the future. Cancer cells are notoriously difficult to see (even under

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Thought-Controlled Robotic Arm Returns the Sense of Touch to Amputees

Thought-Controlled Robotic Arm Returns the Sense of Touch to Amputees

A team of Italian and Swiss researchers have developed the LifeHand 2, the first artificial hand that restores a sense of touch to patients with a missing limb. The limb is wired up to electrodes

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IKEA Launches Program to Bring Solar-Powered Light to 10 Million Refugees

IKEA Launches Program to Bring Solar-Powered Light to 10 Million Refugees

There are nearly 10.5 million refugees around the world, and nearly half of them are children. When the sun sets, many of these people displaced by either environmental or political catastrophe live in

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Google X Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Monitors Body Health

Google X Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Monitors Body Health

Google already makes an electronic monocle called Glass that allows people to take photos by winking —and now it seems the tech company wants to get right on users’ eyeballs with a smart contact lens

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Intel Unveils Smart Earbuds That Sync Workout Music to Your Heartbeat

Intel Unveils Smart Earbuds That Sync Workout Music to Your Heartbeat

Fitness trackers abound these days, but can yours sync music with your workout? Intel has just unveiled a set of smart earbuds at CES 2014 that track your heartbeat and then selects music that can get you

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Lumo Lift: Tiny and Stylish Wearable Gadget Gently Nags You to Stand Up Straight

Lumo Lift: Tiny and Stylish Wearable Gadget Gently Nags You to Stand Up Straight

We all know that good posture has many health benefits, but it can be hard to remember to stand upright without mom’s constant reminders. Luckily, Lumo BodyTech has created Lumo Lift, a tiny wearable

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This Gadget Gives “Married To Your Phone” An Entirely New Meaning

This Gadget Gives “Married To Your Phone” An Entirely New Meaning

Do you solemnly swear to love, cherish, and check your smartphone alerts every ten seconds? Then you might be the perfect candidate for The Smarty Ring. Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, the Smarty

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Sony’s High-Tech Toupee Doubles As GPS and Blood Pressure Monitor

Sony’s High-Tech Toupee Doubles As GPS and Blood Pressure Monitor

Something very funny is going on in the world of wearable technology. Fast on the heels of Microsoft's anti-overeating bra comes Sony's "SmartWig"--a high-tech toupee that's equipped with a bevy of

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Microsoft Bra Sends A Text If You’re Stressed and Eating Too Much

Microsoft Bra Sends A Text If You’re Stressed and Eating Too Much

Normally we're thrilled to see a new concept for wearable technology, but the newest offering from Microsoft has us scratching our heads in disbelief. The software giant recently

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Bond Bracelet: Reach Out And Touch Someone…Even If They’re A World Away!

Bond Bracelet: Reach Out And Touch Someone…Even If They’re A World Away!

When traveling far away from the ones we love, sometimes phone calls and Skype just aren't enough. We long to be able to reach out and touch our friends and family, to give them a squeeze and let them

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“DIY Cyborg” Biohacks His Arm With the Circadia 1.0 Implant

“DIY Cyborg” Biohacks His Arm With the Circadia 1.0 Implant

Move over Darwin - evolution doesn't stand a chance against this DIY Cyborg. American biohacker Tim Cannon has implanted the Circadia 1.0--a computer chip about the size of a pack of cards--under his skin

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The Canine Remote Control Lets You Walk Your Dog Hands-Free from a Computer

The Canine Remote Control Lets You Walk Your Dog Hands-Free from a Computer

Dogs are great: they listen to you (most of the time), they understand commands, and they'll love you forever no matter what. While walking them can be a great joy, when the weather is miserable, the

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Nike’s New ‘Making’ App Shows the Sustainability of Practically Every Clothing Material

Nike’s New ‘Making’ App Shows the Sustainability of Practically Every Clothing Material

Shopping for eco-friendly clothes can be confusing if you’re not a fabric connoisseur - which is why Nike just launched a new app that catalogs the sustainability of every clothing material you can

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The Hand Tree is a Bracelet That Purifies Polluted Air

The Hand Tree is a Bracelet That Purifies Polluted Air

As the human race continues to expand and urbanize, air pollution is becoming a serious, pressing issue - in major cities such as Beijing and Tehran you can literally see the problem before your eyes.

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The SolePower Harvests Energy from Walking to Charge Your Gadgets

The SolePower Harvests Energy from Walking to Charge Your Gadgets

If you pound the pavement every day for your commute or just a little exercise, you can use some of your stride to power your electronic devices. The SolePower is a shoe insole that allows the wearer to

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Myo is a Wearable Computer that Converts Movement into Digital Commands

Myo is a Wearable Computer that Converts Movement into Digital Commands

  From genetically-engineered glowing plants and 3D-printed food, it often seems that our technological reality had finally entered the realm of science fiction. But the way we interact with our

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i-Limb: Touch Bionics’ Amazing Prosthetic Hand Can Be Controlled Via Smart Phone

i-Limb: Touch Bionics’ Amazing Prosthetic Hand Can Be Controlled Via Smart Phone

UK teenager Patrick Kane just became the first person in the country to be fitted with latest version of Touch Bionics’ i-Limb Ultra- a prosthetic hand so advanced that it can be controlled via a smart

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Are We on the Verge of a Smartwatch Arms Race?

Are We on the Verge of a Smartwatch Arms Race?

Just when you thought that your phone was the only gadget you need to worry about, the battle is beginning to heat up over smartwatches. Samsung recently revealed its plans to release a wristwatch-style

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Google Glass Augmented Reality Glasses Will be Made on US Soil

Google Glass Augmented Reality Glasses Will be Made on US Soil

Google is set to begin shipping its first set of Google Glass headsets to a select group of approved users - and although the glasses components were made by Taiwanese Hon Hai Precision Industry, they

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Gates Foundation Offers $100,000 For Next Generation Condom Design

Gates Foundation Offers $100,000 For Next Generation Condom Design

Last year, the Gates Foundation held a competition to redesign the toilet. Turning its sights from sanitation to overpopulation, the nonprofit has now announced a challenge to reinvent the condom. By way

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