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Wearable Technology – From Geek to Chic? | Innovation Management

Wearable Technology – From Geek to Chic? | Innovation Management | IT industry | Scoop.it
Wearable technology – smart watches and smart glasses especially, but others too – are being touted as the next big thing. And the race is well and truly on with giants such as Apple and Google entering the field but also ...
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Moorcroft, S. (2013) Wearable Technology - From Geek to Chic?

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http://www.innovationmanagement.se/2013/02/20/wearable-technology-from-geek-to-chic/

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This article expressed the feeling of the author that wearable technology will be massively used in daily life. Which is quite true --- see how expensive the new released Apple whatch is.

 

It is intreasting to see that nowadays, every products are marking them as "smart devices". I personally feel that this situation will be gone very soon since the market is getting cooled down, however, I do believe that the wearable smart devices have a bright future.

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Game Design And Theory 01 - What Is A Game?

Welcome to the first of a new series that aims to look at the more theoretical and scientific side of how games are actually created. These videos aim to pro...
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Robots of the Future (Future of Robotics)

Robots of the Future (Future of Robotics) 2013 This documentary and the rest of the documentaries presented relate to important times and figures in history,...
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Yueze Xu's comment, March 27, 2015 4:26 AM
Somehow the insite function doesn't work on this vid.
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This is a rescooped vid from another user. This vid is a documentary of the Discovery Channel. We can see that this is filmed a while ago.
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This documentary presented the important robotic innovations and the trend of the future robotic filed. It is worth looking
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Infographic: State of Mobile Technologies in Healthcare Today

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HIMSS infographic illustrates the state of mobile technologies in healthcare.

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The impossible 3D Print v2

This is a quadruple bearing that rotates on each other. Printed at 150 micron / 0.15mm per layer on the UP Plus 3D Printer from 3DPrintingSystems.com Thanks ...
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3dprintingsystems, (2013). The impossible 3D Print v.2 Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak03wmi-3FE[Accessed 27 Mar. 2015].

 

This video shows the basic process of a 3D print, it is amazing to see how things with complex structure can be build up within few hours