Wearable SoundMoovz add music and sound effects to users’ real world movements. Continue reading SoundMoovz Wearables Dance to a Different Beat
Vi earphones use biosensing and an artificial intelligence personal trainer to coach and motivate users. Continue reading Artificial Intelligence in Vi Earphones Improves Fitness Training
The Onyx is a one-button, wearable, smart, worldwide, always-on walkie-talkie… sort of like a real-life version of Captain Picard’s communicator. Continue reading Communicator of the Future Could be Onyx
Fitbit has a family of exercise trackers available — some that are watches with a fitness focus and others that are exercise-first (and only). Continue reading Fitness Tracker or Smart Watch? Or Both?
Viewing the Virtuali-tee t-shirt through a virtual reality app transforms it into an anatomy learning experience that lets you dive into the human body. Continue reading Virtuali-tee Makes You Look Good… Inside
As increasing numbers of devices become connected, why would we not consider the benefits of letting our intelligent environment assist in our well-being? Continue reading Is Connected Fitness Ready?
Everyone takes something different away from CES but they are all wow’ed by something. Continue reading CES Always Has Jewels, Promises, Something for Everyone
Since launching this spring, the Apple Watch’s level of success is still undergoing debate. Some say it was a flop, others say it’s too early to call, and many insist that sales were strong. Aesthetically, it’s a point of contention as well. But one thing’s for sure: it’s been… Continue reading “Apple’s Follow Up to its Watch: a Smart Ring?”
Diane von Furstenberg. Photo: Diane von Furstenberg spring/summer 2013 Memorable moments during fashion month used to surround incidents like Anna Wintour being splattered with paint by anti-fur protesters, or Naomi Campbell taking a tumble in those sky-high Vivienne Westwood shoes. There have been incredible sets – Fendi on the Great Wall of China, everything from an… Continue reading “Robots, Holograms, Wearables: Tech History Of Fashion Week”
“For me, cycling is both a sport and a hobby,” said Beijing-based Li Jiwen. Twice a month he rides from downtown all the way out to the suburbs; he’s even tackled Qinghai lake, China’s largest, on two wheels even though it’s over 3,000 meters above sea level. Li has an engineering master’s degree in virtual reality… Continue reading “Now Crowdfunding, Augmented Reality Glasses for Cyclists”