Wearable technology is one of the foremost fusions of science and technology with every-day life. With a combination of fashion and technology, those in the medical field as well as common non-medical technology companies are discovering the possibilities of this unique blend. “Wearables” as they are commonly called, can fulfill a range of functions. They can monitor the health of the wearer, change color or shape to reflect the environment surrounding the garment, react to the user’s body temperature and mood, or even have telecommunication and music systems installed within their material. Up and coming innovations in wearable technologies are being unveiled at technology conferences, such as IEEE, SIGGRAPH, and the CyberTherapy & CyberPsychology (CT14) conferences. For more information concerning wearable technologies and how to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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