Shine, by Misfit Wearables, is a wearable device that is used to track a wide range of activity. It is roughly the size of 2 or 3 stacked quarters, and uses a proprietary technique of data transfer that doesn’t require cables, charging stations, WiFi, or Bluetooth. The device displays via a series of lighted dots to indicate the completion level.
Fuseproject designs wearable device that diagnoses diseases
The Zio XT Patch is a wearable device that continuously measures heart rate in a discreet and wireless manner. The technology records heartbeats during sleeping time as well as other day-to-day activities, up to 14 days. After the recording period, the data is sent to the iRhythm clinical app for analysis, using FDA-cleared algorithms
Interaction Design inspiration on a wearable: WK4 A device that allows users to track and record their seizures. This is a storyboard that displays the key frames of the device and how it is used. It gives the viewer information on the types of interactions including gestures, as well as information on the responses and feedback.
A futuristic, digital device that you wear kind of like backwards glasses except there are earbuds to hold it in place. The prototype that I was able to check out and use myself was pretty cool – it projects a tiny screen in front of your eyes and you can control what you see with your smartphone.