Develop Wearable Devices on the IoT Cutting Edge (.PDF Download)

Oct. 28, 2016

The world of wearables may well be the newest—and the most challenging—area of the Internet of Things (IoT). To be acceptable, a wearable device must either be familiar in look and feel, like a watch, a pair of glasses, a belt or a normal piece of clothing, or it must be almost completely unobtrusive so that the wearer isn’t always conscious of its presence. It wouldn’t hurt if it was also fashionable, but that may be asking too much...

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