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Proof Wearable Allows You To Dictate How Drunk You’ll Get (Yeah, Right)
Not yet in stores, the Proof wearable is a wrist-worn wearable designed to help drinkers manage their drunken levels of debauchery. Like a saturation gauge you set the level of intoxication you wish to attain, then you can drink until the device tells you you’re there. Once... Read more
Superflex Squishy-tech Smart Clothing Restores Mobility To Aging Adults
As much inspired by what not to do, the Superflex Aura smart clothing looks nothing like the other options for exoskeletons. That’s a good thing. If you belong to the 99.9-repeating percentage of people who have no awareness of this technology, I can sum it up for you: modern... Read more
Carnival Cruises Medallion Wearable To Change Cruises Forever
Announced recently in the New York Times, Carnival Corporation, the folks behind Carnival Cruises are about to go wearable. They are going to outfit all passengers with medallions that record their every private moment, at least as far as where they go. For some people this is just another... Read more
Not Wearables News; Master Caution Health Smart Garments Are The Future Of Clothing
Recently in the news for acquiring $20-million dollars in investment money from Yiling Pharmaceuticals, HealthWatch technologies have developed the future of clothes. The prototypes from HealthWatch are tank tops, woven with smart textiles. They fit and feel like a regular shirt, but do so much more when paired with... Read more
Pico Brew Means You Can Brew Beer Like You Brew Coffee, Sorta
Last Year Pico Brew announced their Pico brewer, but you may have missed it amid the Hatchimal craze around the holiday. To the chagrin of beer fans everywhere, the Hatchimal does not make beer. Now that you’ve accepted that reality, perhaps it’s time to buy something more fun to... Read more
Winning; Not Just GPS But Maps On The Garmin Fēnix 5
The new Fēnix from Garmin is the 5, announced this week at CES. The three models, the 5S, 5, and 5X replace the Fēnix 3. The new devices add a few key features to the Fēnix line and entry-level versions for smaller wrists, but you may wonder, what happened to... Read more
The Motiv Smart Ring Is A Fashionable Upgrade To Your Smartphone Health Suite
If you don’t want to wear something on your wrist to measure your health, but find the data from your smartphone lacking, then perhaps the Motiv smart ring will bridge the gap. What Motiv may lack in accuracy, it makes up for in subtle charm. You can even buy... Read more
Bodytrak Wearable Biometric Tech; Proof That Hearables Will Rule 2017
In development, the Bodytrak wearable biometric smart sensor technology or just Bodytrak device, should hit shelves later this year. The device edges into the market dominated by Braggi and Samsung, offering reliable health data coupled with the smartest headphone technology. For 2017 predictions, I’m staking our flag in the... Read more
The Ultimate Body Hack; The LUKE Arm Gives Veterans Freedom Again
Collaborating with Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, DARPA just made the FDA approved LUKE Arm (sometimes called the DEKA arm) available to wounded warriors. If you’re not familiar with DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency,  it is the technical research and development department of the military, where... Read more
You May Think The Hy Hearable Looks Like A Hearing Aid If You Can See It
The Hy hearable, from Third Skin, is on Kickstarter right now with only days left on their campaign. It may not be the sexiest hearable on the market, but you’ll never know it. Most of the device tucks behind your ears like some low-profile hearing aids. If you have... Read more
The Body Hacks Wearable Tech Predictions For 2017
Who could have predicted the demise of Pebble or the Skully motorcycle helmet in 2016? Both played their cards close to the chest, so when their respective boughs broke, we were all left as confused as the next guy. Between notable deaths and wearables drama, thank the tech gods... Read more
Augmented Reality Is The New Television; Meta Is The Proof
It’s certainly proof of concept. The Meta 2 augmented reality (AR) headset is not commercial-ready, but it is in the hands of every developer in the car industry, along with developers in 3D and other fields. With any luck, those devs will create software for the common plebeian, such... Read more
The Guess Connect Smartwatch Just Added Amazon’s Alexa Virtual Assistant
Guess came out with their Connect Smartwatch line in 2015. As far as smartwatches go, unless you’re a Guess fan, it was a snoozer. They just connected their Connect watch to Alexa, the Amazon AI, pushing their smartwatch into the limelight again. It may be enough to force Guess... Read more
Silly And Brilliant; You Should’ve Thought Of The Keid Connected Pendant
The Keid Connected Pendant launched recently on Indiegogo. It’s not very high-tech, but it’s brilliant. It’s gonna out-produce every other wearable on the market. When wearables historians look back on this time, they characterize it as the middle ages. We have yet to see the renaissance. The thing about middle... Read more
No, The Naptime Wearable Is The Better Nap Companion
Recently launched on Indiegogo, the Naptime smart mask promises to give you the perfect power nap by covering your eyes, playing soft sounds in your ears, then waking you at the goldilocks time. The question we have to ask is, what is the goldilocks just-right amount of time for... Read more
Cyclists Can Now Track Their Speed With These 2 Wildly Different Wearables
Despite the recent slowdown in new wearables, bikers can enjoy two different applications of velocity science to keep track of their speed. The Moskito wearable is a watch that mounts like an old-timey speedometer. On the opposite side of the technology spectrum, the Raptor offers riders a heads up... Read more
Finally Wearables Can Train Your Horse Like You Train Your Body
After a successful Indiegogo campaign (153% of their goals), the Seaver wearable is that in-between phase of crowdsourcing, where they are filling preorders and gearing for regular orders. What is Seaver? It’s a wearable that allows riders and trainers to measure the biometrics of a horse, just like a... Read more
Christmas Buying Guide; 5 Gifts For The VR Fanatic In Your Life
It’s fair to say that 2016 has been the year for virtual reality. We’ve witnessed more platform launches and accessories this year than ever before. As the fitness tracker end of the wearables, spectrum struggles to find it’s way through growing pains, virtual reality steams full speed ahead. While... Read more
Christmas Buying Guide; The Best Wearables For The Runner In Your Life
The task of shopping for runners can be daunting. They’re tough to pin down, not because they’re fast, but because runners have specific tastes. They have preferred routes, music, and clothes. Buying something that your favorite runner will love can be a gamble. To help you, we looked back... Read more
These Bulky AR Glasses Priced At $2,700 Are A Good Thing
With $58-million worth of investors, some private, some not-so-private (21st Century Fox) the Osterhout Design Group (ODG) moves forward with their revolutionary augmented reality (AR) glasses. You can already buy a pair by plunking down the better part of $3K for January shipment. That doesn’t include the tinted lens... Read more