Monthly Archives: July 2016

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7digital

announced that 7digital would work with will.i.am for his new wearable smart device. In November 2014, 7digital partners Technics launched ‘Technics

inmobi-insights-consumer-electronics-smart-wearables-2014InMobi Insights: Smart Wearables Devices 2014
from inmobi, ago in
Key Objectives : 1. Establish profile of wearable device purchase intenders on mobile 2. Understand mobile media consumption for wearable device purchase 3. Measure receptiveness to mobile advertising 4. Illustrate the path to purchase for wearable device purchase

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LG Electronics

theater systems, refrigerators, washing machines, computer monitors, wearable devices, smart appliances and smartphones. LG Electronics launched an OLED TV

wearables-user-experienceWearables User Experience
from sameerhere, ago in
This presentation is a part of my invited talk at UIUX Design Summit 2015, Bangalore organised by UNICOM. Brief – The next wave after mobile Ux is about designing for wearable devices. The market is getting flooded with smart watches, goggles, fitness bands, etc. Designing for wearables is a big challenge for UX designers. Wearable Ux is not just about designing small screen UI, but it covers industrial design, sensor technologies, performance, IoT, etc. In some cases it does not even have a display screen. The presentation discusses various trends in wearables and their technology usages. It compares and provides insights for wearable user experience design & user adoption. The presentation proposes a UX strategy to make wearable UX successful. Some examples on industry usages will be discussed with live demo on smart watch.

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Qualcomm Snapdragon

architecture. In addition to smartphones, the 400 series is used in smart watches and the 602A is intended for electronics in cars. The current Snapdragon

smart-watch-a-business-modelSmart Watch: a business model
from funk97, ago in
These slides use ideas from my (Jeff Funk) class to develop a business model for Samsung’s smart watch. Its smart watch works with Samsung’s mobile phone to enable users to more quickly and easily access information. In the future, its smart watch is expected to perform many of the functions that its mobile phones now do. These slides analyze athletes, the elderly, youth, and travelers as potential customers for Samsung’s smart watch. It describes several scenarios under which these users can obtain value from the watch now and in the future.

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Mobile device

accompanied or wearable centimetre-sized devices, e.g., smartphones and smart cards, and pads are defined as hand-held decimetre-sized devices, e.g., laptops

smart-wearable-healthcare-devices-industry-is-triggered-by-the-2016-market-developments-global-investments-research-analysisSmart Wearable Healthcare Devices Industry is triggered by the 2016 Market Developments, Global Investments, Res…
from davidsilva_11, ago in
The research report on the global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices market describes the key trends and dynamics governing the overall trajectory of the market. The chapter-wise approach of the research report helps provide accurate information about the global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices market to help its readers take well-informed business decisions.

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E-textiles

Many smart clothing, wearable technology, and wearable computing projects involve the use of e-textiles. Electronic textiles are distinct from wearable computing

10-game-changing-wearables-of-201510 Game Changing Wearables of 2015
from algoworks, ago in
Wearables were a colossal story of 2014, but what has 2015 got in store? After a lot of nerve racking we came up with the top ten game changing wearables of this year so far. 1. That watch: Apple is considered as a brand with Midas touch which turns all the thoughts and ideas into gold. It has brought the concept of smart watch to limelight in early 2015 and now it has a well-established wearable technology which will shape the entire course of 2015. 2. A very sensitive wearable: This wearable claims to know you better than you know yourself! The Jawbone UP3 is built on an “advanced multi-sensor platform” that includes a newly designed tri-axis accelerometer, bio- impedance sensors, as well as skin and ambient temperature sensors. 3. Scintillating Health App: Both of Fitbit’s new activity trackers (Charge HR and Surge) feature heart-rate monitors that invite wearable technology straight into the gym and out on the track. The Fitbit Charge HR is made for active users while the Fitbit Surge is equipped with features that suits strong headed fitness nut or enthusiast. 4. Smart Motorcycle Helmet: The best features of Google Glass incorporated in a motorcycle helmet gives you a good idea of what Skully Motorcycle Helmet is. Equipped with a heads-up display is a 180-degree rearview camera so that all blind spots will be eliminated. 5. BioSport Earbuds: One of the major concerns with most wearables is the need to charge them frequently. These high-end ear buds release you from this big reason of worry. 6. A fancy watch: Pebble Steel integrates smartness, good looks and intelligence in a high-end package. It is crafted from marine-grade stainless steel and Corning Gorilla Glass, so its toughness compliments its looks perfectly. 7. A very smart health sole: Digitsole is the first ever interactive, water-resistant, heated insole that can be controlled via your smartphone. This ultimate and unique foot product is designed for your health and comfort. 8. Emergency guard: Most wearables are directed towards shaping up your fitness level but FITGuard has a complete different perspective of giving you an alert when you are bound to get hurt beyond your thoughts. 9. Swing it better: Golf is a club and a ball sports where you got to hit the ball with your club in a series of holes. There are a number of wearables which are associated with this alluring game but they mostly depress you by letting you know how badly you are playing. 10. Pain Reliever: This unique wearable is designed for people who suffer from chronic pain conditions. It is to be worn just below the knee that stimulates the nerve there tricking the brain to release the chemicals which relieves that pain.

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Smartwatch

"Sony Smart Watch 2 Review- Uber Smart Watch – Uber Smart Watch – Samsung Galaxy Gear – Android Smart Watches – Sony Smart Watches". Uber Smart Watch

north-america-will-lead-the-global-smart-watches-market-by-market-research-engineNorth america will lead the global smart watches market by market research engine
from wamy156, ago in
North America serves as a great market for the revenue generation but in future the Asia Pacific and China will be serving as the emerging markets it will serve as large market of low cost android manufacturers.

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Mobile device

accompanied or wearable centimetre-sized devices, e.g., smartphones and smart cards, and pads are defined as hand-held decimetre-sized devices, e.g., laptops

inmobi-insights-consumer-electronics-smart-wearables-2014InMobi Insights: Smart Wearables Devices 2014
from inmobi, ago in
Key Objectives : 1. Establish profile of wearable device purchase intenders on mobile 2. Understand mobile media consumption for wearable device purchase 3. Measure receptiveness to mobile advertising 4. Illustrate the path to purchase for wearable device purchase

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Smartwatch

commodity on smart watches. With Apple, Sony, Samsung, and Motorola introducing their smart watch models, 15% of tech consumers use wearable technologies

wearables-devices-market-and-technologyWearables devices market and technology
from KevinHuang23, ago in
What is wearable technology? Simply put, it’s technology that you incorporate into things you wear on a day-to-day basis, and it could be anything from a smart watch, augmented reality glasses, or even a personal health monitor in the form of a bracelet. The idea is that technology will increasingly become more part of our daily lives, and it will become less intrusive, as it will be part of our clothing, and sometimes even part of our bodies! Wearable tech presents a fascinating field to study. I have conducted some researches and hope you can also learn more about this high growth market.