The Sports Fanatic: If you love the outdoors and are looking for a watch that suits your needs, TomTom has you covered. The company’s new Adventurer wearable is packed with goodies like a built-in heart rate monitor, GPS and a trail exploration feature that’s perfect for hikers. It’s also designed with skiers and snowboarders in mind, offering perks like automatic lift detection and the ability to track 3D distance, altitude and longitude.
The Lumo Lift, which helps you fix your posture. The Lumo Lift, which comes in a variety of colors, detects your body's positioning and when you start to slouch, the device vibrates and reminds you to adjust your stance. The Lift can be clasped to an undershirt, collar or bra strap.
The Internet of Anything: This Wearable Could Keep You From Throwing Out Your Back: "Kinetic"; essentially a high-tech back brace—that detects when you’re performing a lift and the muscles you’re using; Details.
The Lumo Lift, which helps you fix your posture. The Lumo Lift, which comes in a variety of colors, detects your body's positioning and when you start to slouch, the device vibrates and reminds you to adjust your stance.
"Artist Eric Siu has created a wearable camera that blinds a user until they're touched by someone else. Touchy has two giant shutters that remain closed without human contact; once the helmet's sensors detect touch, the shutters spring open, Siu's eyes are illuminated, and the blindness is temporarily lifted until the connection is broken. If someone maintains contact for 10 sec, a photo is taken by the camera mounted on the front of Touchy, which is then displayed on a screen round the…