WalkOVR’s $249 Wearable VR Locomotion System Funded In Four Hours

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WalkOVR is doing just that with its wearable motion capture system that allows VR users to walk in place to move through virtual environments. We’ve seen a multitude of practical and impractical solutions pop up for locomotion in virtual reality.

Insider Secrets to Adopting Wearables

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the AES Corporation, and Intel share their secrets to adopting wearables. The post Insider Secrets to Adopting Wearables appeared first on BrainXchange.

Leap Motion ‘Virtual Wearable’ AR Prototype is a Potent Glimpse at the Future of Your Smartphone

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Matsuda calls this prototype the ‘virtual wearable’: Introducing Virtual Wearables pic.twitter.com/LPvknKBlnO. The post Leap Motion ‘Virtual Wearable’ AR Prototype is a Potent Glimpse at the Future of Your Smartphone appeared first on Road to VR.

Where are the simple but effective wearables?

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Remote collaboration via smart glasses, Virtual Reality training, design visualization with HoloLens…These are incredible applications of wearable technologies in enterprise today. But where are such simple wearables? […]. The post Where are the simple but effective wearables?

Individual Wearable Marketing

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Take a look at the streets, the gyms, the conference rooms all around the globe; they are everywhere – the wearables. The wearable sector is a market with rapid growth potential. Wearable market in the year 2019 (Source: Statista).

RealWear Raises $17M For Industrial-Grade Wearable AR Device

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RealWear has raised $17 million for its AR wearable device aimed at workers in construction and other heavy industries. We have architected a wearable computer that fits into different protective equipment, like snapping into a hard helmet. Above: RealWear’s AR wearable device.

3 Steps to Escaping Pilot Purgatory & Nailing Your Wearable Tech Pilot

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Ever since I became involved in the wearable and immersive tech space, I’ve wondered how a digital revolution really gets underway in an organization. What should enterprises know before piloting or adopting wearables, and how can they avoid pilot purgatory?

Apple Files Augmented Reality Patent for a ‘Wearable Information System’

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The patent is for a “wearable information system having at least one camera.” In these early months of 2017 just about every major tech company has some sort of virtual or augmented reality product either on store shelves or coming in the future. Every company except one.

18 women leading the way in wearable tech and VR in 2016In no.

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18 women leading the way in wearable tech and VR in 2016 In no particular order, and with contributions from across the editorial team, here’s Wearable’s 2016 list of the women to watch in wearable tech and virtual reality. women international women's day wearable tech vr 2016

Exoskeletons Get Real: The Ultimate Wearable Technology?

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Arguably, exoskeletons, not AR/VR, are the current star of enterprise wearables. Exoskeleton development has evolved from military and medical applications to industry, where wearable robotics are finding their sweet spot. When you consider that a single rotator cuff surgery can take out a worker for up to seven months and cost employers up to $56,000, wearable robot suits don’t seem so crazy. The post Exoskeletons Get Real: The Ultimate Wearable Technology?

The Definitive BrainXchange Guide to Adopting Wearables, AR and VR in Enterprise

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In 2015, the newly-formed BrainXchange put together the first-ever event devoted to the business and industrial use of wearable technologies. There have now been five Enterprise Wearable Technology Summits, with a sixth scheduled for September 2019. POC/EVALUATION STAGE: So, you’ve discovered smart glasses and see their potential; or, you’ve been directed to look into wearable technologies to stay competitive—where do you start? Introduction.

Wearable Tech Company Thalmic Labs Raises $120 Million

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The Canada-based wearable technology company Thalmic Labs has raised a fund of $120 (USD) million contributed by the popular brands like Amazon Alexa Fund, and Fidelity Investments Canada. Wearables Myo Armband Stephen Lake Thalmic Labs

End Users Share Real Challenges of Wearable Tech Software

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Finger Food Studios’ Graham Cunliffe leads a panel discussing the current state of the enterprise wearable market and the challenges of deploying business-ready wearable applications. The post End Users Share Real Challenges of Wearable Tech Software appeared first on BrainXchange. Applications and Use Cases Devices & Applications Expert Insights Augmented Reality Virtual Reality wearable technology

Tap Strap – An Upcoming Wearable Bluetooth keyboard

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Yes that’s right in future you will be able to use a wearable technology called Tap Strap, which is nothing but a Bluetooth keyboard that can be worn by users on their fingers. Wearables Bluetooth keyboard Tap Strap Wearable Keyboard wearables

Build a Culture of Bottom-up Innovation and More Advice for Adopting AR/VR and Wearables

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In this video from last month’s Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit in Austin, Upskill’s Brian Ballard leads early wearable tech adopters from Toyota, Duke Energy, Merck and Southern Company in a discussion around strategies for accelerating an organization’s wearable journey. The post Build a Culture of Bottom-up Innovation and More Advice for Adopting AR/VR and Wearables appeared first on BrainXchange.

CES: LUCI shows off immersion-on-demand wearable and VR headset

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Entertainment experience company LUCI has unveiled their immersion-on-demand wearable and VR headset products at this week’s CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Dubbed “LUCI immers” and “LUCI alyx,” respectively, the company appears to be looking to be a transformative player in the burgeoning wearable and VR sectors. While at CES, the company is also previewing its second product line, “alyx,” an all-in-one virtual reality wearable.

Wearable and Immersive Tech and the Female Workforce

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Wearables, including XR glasses and headsets, body-worn sensors, wrist wearables, and even exoskeletons, are not one size fits all; they’re one size fits most men and it shows: Headsets are often too heavy for female users, frames too large, lenses too far apart, accessory and motion control devices ill-fitting, etc. Of course, such wearability issues with XR devices are not universal for women but it is a common pain point impacting women’s use of the technology.

Rio 2016: Olympic Games of the wearable devices

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There is nearly no athlete who did not use a wearable device during the preparation training for the Games and you can see a lot of the sportspeople wearing a wearable fitness device even in the Olympic village. Training with wearables. But wearables are far more than giveaways.

WaveOptics Working With EV Group For Sub-$600 AR Wearables By Next Year

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These AR wearables would retail for less than $600. “This collaboration is key to unlocking the development of AR wearables; together we are well positioned to bring mass market innovation in AR, opening new paths to scalability at a lower cost than ever before.” ” If WaveOptics and EVG can live up to its promises, the sub-$600 price tag will be by far the lowest-priced wearable augmented reality display yet released, at least compared to 2018 prices.

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A Study Claims To Power Wearable Devices Through Body Heat

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At time, when wearable technology remains the talk of the town, researchers from the North Carolina State University or NCSU have come up with a stunning new wearable prototype which uses body heat to generate electricity. In addition to that, thermoelectric generators or TEGs were also used when it comes to powering wearable devices and flashlights. Wearable that harvest energy from body heat increases the productivity as far as electricity generation is concerned.

YodelUp Is Truly A Perfect Wearable Device For Winters!

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YodelUp’s huge rocker buttons, which help in controlling the music and its push-to-talk button which helps in converting it into a walkie-talkie are typically designed for gloved fingers, and that’s what makes it a perfect wearable for winters. Wearables walkie-talkie Wearable Device YodelUp

Sleepman: A Wearable Device That Takes Care Of Your Sleep

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If not, then you must know about Sleepman, which is a kind of fitness tracking wearable device that comes with sleep-optimization as well as enhancement functions, which help in taking care of your sleep. Wearables Sleepman Wearable

Wearable Technologies 2017: Year in Review, from Glass Enterprise Edition to ARKit

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Worker safety wearables cropped up on job sites while exoskeletons pulled […]. The post Wearable Technologies 2017: Year in Review, from Glass Enterprise Edition to ARKit appeared first on BrainXchange.

UBC Doctor Prescribes Wearable Tech For ‘Game Boy Disease’

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Dr. Shahiholnasab is among the group of entrepreneurs in British Columbia who are developing innovative gadgets that can be worn, and this technology is known as “ wearable technology ”. His company is called Medical Wearable Solutions where he is using this technology for his patients.

Challenges of Enterprise Wearables, AR and VR: A Changing Landscape, Budget, Battery, and More

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In this largely Q&A-driven panel discussion from last month’s EWTS 2018, Tacit’s Todd Boyd and members of the audience question IT leaders from Worthington Industries, HB Fuller, Ford, JetBlue and The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) on the cultural and technical challenges of adopting wearable technologies. The post Challenges of Enterprise Wearables, AR and VR: A Changing Landscape, Budget, Battery, and More appeared first on BrainXchange.

Build a Culture of Bottom-up Innovation and More Advice for Adopting AR/VR and Wearables

EnterpriseWear

In this video from last month’s Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit in Austin, Upskill’s Brian Ballard leads early wearable tech adopters from Toyota, Duke Energy, Merck and Southern Company in a discussion around strategies for accelerating an organization’s wearable journey. The post Build a Culture of Bottom-up Innovation and More Advice for Adopting AR/VR and Wearables appeared first on BrainXchange.

Zebra Technologies Announces A New Line Of Wearables

Infinityleap Wearables

At a time when technological innovations are surprising the people across the world, Zebra Technologies a Lincolnshire-based company that deals with the development of tracking technology and solutions has announced a new line of wearables recently.

A Wearable Microscope That Can Measure Fluorescent Dyes Through Skin

Infinityleap Wearables

Most of them turned out to be expensive enough to be used in a cost-effective wearable imaging system. The researchers measured the fluorescent dye with the help of the wearable microscope using a laser to hit the skin at an angle, that was created by Ozcan and his team. Also, they can monitor all these embedded sensors under the skin in parallel and can understand the misalignments of the wearable imager and correct it to continuously quantify a panel of biomarkers.

3 Steps to Escaping Pilot Purgatory & Nailing Your Wearable Tech Pilot

EnterpriseWear

Ever since I became involved in the wearable and immersive tech space, I’ve wondered how a digital revolution really gets underway in an organization. What should enterprises know before piloting or adopting wearables, and how can they avoid pilot purgatory?

Would you like to review AR, VR & Wearables games, apps and products?

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If you would like to review AR, VR & Wearables games, apps and products, Infinityleap is THE place to share your experience with the community. Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign to vote The post Would you like to review AR, VR & Wearables games, apps and products? Virtual Reality Augemented Reality virtual reality wearables

Challenges of Enterprise Wearables, AR and VR: A Changing Landscape, Budget, Battery, and More

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In this largely Q&A-driven panel discussion from last month’s EWTS 2018, Tacit’s Todd Boyd and members of the audience question IT leaders from Worthington Industries, HB Fuller, Ford, JetBlue and The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) on the cultural and technical challenges of adopting wearable technologies. The post Challenges of Enterprise Wearables, AR and VR: A Changing Landscape, Budget, Battery, and More appeared first on BrainXchange.

Challenges of Enterprise Wearables, AR and VR: A Changing Landscape, Resistance, Battery and More

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In this largely Q&A-driven panel discussion from last month’s EWTS 2018, Tacit’s Todd Boyd and members of the audience question IT leaders from Worthington Industries, HB Fuller, Ford, JetBlue and The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) on the cultural and technical challenges of adopting wearable technologies. The post Challenges of Enterprise Wearables, AR and VR: A Changing Landscape, Resistance, Battery and More appeared first on BrainXchange.

Ditching the robot, training manual, pills and stock room for XR & wearables

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4 Recent Use Cases of Wearable Technologies in Enterprise When a worker in a robotic suit is better than a robot – Boeing Industrial enterprises have been experimenting with robotics to replace humans in physically strenuous and repetitive tasks, but there are certain complex tasks that cannot be automated. The post Ditching the robot, training manual, pills and stock room for XR & wearables appeared first on BrainXchange.

Exoskeletons Get Real: The Ultimate Wearable Technology?

EnterpriseWear

Arguably, exoskeletons, not AR/VR, are the current star of enterprise wearables. Exoskeleton development has evolved from military and medical applications to industry, where wearable robotics are finding their sweet spot. When you consider that a single rotator cuff surgery can take out a worker for up to seven months and cost employers up to $56,000, wearable robot suits don’t seem so crazy. The post Exoskeletons Get Real: The Ultimate Wearable Technology?

Avoid the Headache: IT Security in the Age of Wearables and AR/VR

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As the modern industrial workplace becomes increasingly connected by IoT-enabled devices, including AR/VR glasses and headsets, wearables, robotics and smart machinery, the enterprise grows more vulnerable to potentially devastating cyberattacks, privacy intrusions and IP theft. Enterprise wearables promise to advance workplace safety, efficiency and profitability, but they also present novel dangers that can have disturbing consequences.

Wearable Technology: Skin Track Converts Your Arm Into A Touchscreen

Infinityleap Wearables

In the last few years, wearable technology has come a long way, wherein developments in the field of smartwatches are quite notable. Wearables Future Interfaces Group Skin Track wearables

VR Wearables Set to Steal the Show in Chi-Town

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The hottest in VR wearables is about to blow into the Windy City. Uproar PR, in partnership with We Are Wearables and. The post VR Wearables Set to Steal the Show in Chi-Town appeared first on VRJournal. Featured VR Industry and Technology Chicago VR Wearables