Author: Zahid Ajaz

1. Smart Top for Correcting Posture FysioPal is a smart top designed by Dutch fashion designer Pauline Van Dongen, to correct bad upper-body posture by alerting the wearer when they are hunching. Van Dongen worked in cooperation with tactile displays company Elitac to create FysioPal. Designed to be worn as an undershirt, it...

1. Radar Pace™: The latest Smart Eyegear Luxottica and Intel has announced the launch of Radar Pace, a smart eye-gear. Redefining the way athletes train, Radar Pace is the result of years of research and development between Luxottica’s Oakley brand and Intel. This device, was launched on oakley.com and...

1. Teva joins hands with Intel to develop wearable device technology for curing Huntington Disease Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. is an Israeli multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel. Teva has announced collaboration with Intel Corporation to develop a machine learning platform and wearable devices, aimed for use...

1. MobileMan, something more than just a wearable Featuring breakthrough innovative design, MobileMan USA offers a collection of high-quality, Bluetooth wearable audio speakers that are hands-free, ears-free, weatherproof and comfortable. The MobileMan S1 series supports a full range of motion and allows active enthusiasts to maintain complete...

1. Wearable Technology Database: Vandrico Solution and Deloitte joins hands Vancouver-based Vandrico Solution and Deloitte have partnered to create a Wearable Technology Database with a goal of compiling a list of all “wearable products.” The database currently includes 442 devices from 306 companies, with specific categories in the...

1. Migraine Control Wearable: Cefaly Technology relaunches Rx-only Cefaly Technology on Monday relanuched its "wearable" for the treatment of migraines after undergoing a massive makeover, the company announced. Cefaly I, which gained popularity for its unique headband-like shape, is now three-quarters its size, fits in the palm of a...

1. XEED: Wearable Device For Hunting Down Parkinson's Alfredo Muniz and Sade Oba, an engineering duo, at the University of Pennsylvania are developing a wearable device that is aimed to aid detection of tremors with people who have Parkinson's. Recently the duo began a startup called XEED...

1.LifeBEAM Vi: Virtual Fitness Trainer Wearable technology company, LifeBEAM, has announced an artificial intelligence powered fitness trainer named Vi. The fitness tracker housed inside smart headphones is supposed to offer real-time coaching depending on user physiology. The company is working on Vi in partnership with Harman/Kardon. LifeBEAM says...

1. Smart Clothing: The Future of Wearables The wearable tech market is full of fitness-obsessed products. It’s only a matter of time before having smart clothes and accessories becomes the norm and people start to wonder why they’d even bother buying a piece of clothing if it isn’t smart. Since...