Wearables, IoT, Nanotechnology, OOH & Alexa
Welcome to the 13th edition of this email. Did you know you can read all past editions in our archive?
The subject this time round is Wearables, the Internet of Things, Nanotechnology & OOH.
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I’d explain it, though this article by Tim O’Reilly is so worth reading. Take 5 mins to learn about the Internet of Things (IoT), how homes are transforming and what new home tech (Alexa) can do.
Next up: OOH
Q: What year do you think you’ll be designing your own affordable clothing (complete with sensors)?
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PPS. Wisdom, inspiration and ideas ~
- Newly funded, hot off the press wearables are here. Also includes the new Virtual Reality (VR) favourite “Gravity Sketch”.
- Smart clothing. Excellent.
- Never seen the breadth of wearables? Take 5 mins to scan this fascinating list of “50 wearable tech gamechangers for 2016” or 1 min to scan these impressive images here on Pinterest (collected a few years ago for a new venture).