Using a respiration sensor placed under the nose and bone conduction headphones near the ears, the device allows a wearer to hear her own breathing through slightly altered auditory feedback. In a pair of pilot studies, this feedback caused wearers to feel more stressed and more sexually aroused.
In between crafting elegant set top boxes and smart mobile UIs, Artefact dedicates time to work on healthcare concepts that literally save lives. Its latest is Dialog, a wearable platform designed specifically for treating epilepsy.
Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency Layer has designed Playr, a smart wearable for elite aspiring football players for leading sports analytics and tech company Catapult. Playr enables athletes to track performance, improve their game, and compete against other players.
Wearable is the gadget that can be worn down. This gadget usually has smart sensors which are connected to the internet/ network for data exchange. In 2000, the first Bluetooth wearable device was sold and in 2017 first Fitbit watch was launched. The famous Google glass launched in 2013,