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  • Wearable computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wearable_computer - 18 hours ago

    Today still "wearable computing" is a topic of active research, with areas of study
    .... went on to become one of the founders of MIT's wearable computing project.

  • Wearable Computing - The Interaction Design Foundation


    Read the fascinating history of Wearable Computing, told by its father, Steve

  • Wearable computing: 10 things you should know - TechRepublic


    Jan 17, 2014 ... Wearable computing may have seemed impractical and excessive in the past,
    but with the new year comes a new trend: functionality.

  • Wearable Computing at the MIT Media Lab


    Wearable computing hopes to shatter this myth of how a computer should be
    used. A person's computer should be worn, much as eyeglasses or clothing are ...

  • What Is Wearable Computing? Webopedia


    Wearable Computing Definition: A term that refers to computer-powered devices
    or equipment that can be worn, including clothing, watches, etc.

  • Wearable computers - News & Rumors | ExtremeTech


    Microsoft will launch its first foray into modern wearable computing in the next few
    weeks, according to 'sources close to the project.' Depending on which source ...

  • Forget Glass: Vertical is the future of wearable computing | ZDNet


    May 1, 2014 ... Forget Glass: Vertical is the future of wearable computing. Summary:The
    consumer is not always the litmus test for validating the worthiness of ...

  • ETH - Electronics Laboratory - Welcome


    Welcome to the Electronics Laboratory and Wearable Computing Group ... The
    group capitalizes on this expertise in designing wearable computers capable of ...

  • Wearable Computing - Bits - NYTimes.com


    Wearable Computing Jan 15 8:20 pm Jan 15 8:20 pm. Photo. A visitor at an art
    exhibit in Paris listens to commentary on Google glass.Credit Joel Saget/Agence

  • Why Wearable Tech Will Be as Big as the Smartphone | WIRED


    Dec 17, 2013 ... Google Glass was just the beginning. A new generation of wearable tech is
    coming—and it will transform the way you experience the world.