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#Wearable Technology: $70 Billion Picture!

#Wearable Technology: $70 Billion Picture! | UX Design | Scoop.it
ADOTAS – This article shares some of the recent research from the brand new IDTechEx report, “Wearable Technology 2014-2024”.

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, February 28, 6:05 PM

It's important to realize the reach wearable technology will have.


Great opportunities and challenges, in order to realize the best #customer experience.


How do you see the industry evolving?

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Why Wearable Tech Will Be as Big as the #Smartphone!?

Why Wearable Tech Will Be as Big as the #Smartphone!? | UX Design | Scoop.it
A new device revolution is at hand: Just as mobile phones and tablets displaced the once-dominant PC, so wearable devices are poised to push smartphones aside.

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, December 18, 2013 2:08 PM

Now companies can leverage existing technologies, and simply make it more convenient and accessible. It's about the #Customer #Experience!


In the case of @Recon: Their solutions bring the power of the smartphone out of your pocket and into your field of vision, accessible any time you glance its way.

"This is the promise of wearable technology, and it’s the reason—after more than 20 years of tinkering by cybernetics enthusiasts—we’re finally seeing an explosion of these devices on the market. It’s the reason Google has poured millions into an improbable set of eyeglasses, why Samsung has unveiled a companion watch for its smartphones, and why Apple is widely rumored to be exploring something similar. It’s the reason tiny companies banked thousands of preorders last year for smartwatches, gesture-controlled armbands, transmitting rings, notification bracelets, and more. A new device revolution is at hand: Just as mobile phones and tablets displaced the once-dominant PC, so wearable devices are poised to push smartphones aside."


How do you see the market potential?


Bill is on point when he states: "The tech companies that mastered design will now need to conquer the entirely different realm of fashion. And that could require technologists to unlearn a great deal of what they think they know."


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