WiseWear Socialite Review: The Discreet Safety Wearable for Women

WiseWear’s socialite collection is the only truly discreet safety wearable on the market. Geared towards professional women, this wearable looks like a piece of jewelry but can keep your loved ones informed in critical moments with its unique distress signal feature. Here’s my review of Calder from the WiseWear Socialite Collection. Continue reading WiseWear Socialite Review: The Discreet Safety Wearable for Women

High Tech Meets High Fashion with Anouk Wipprecht’s Wearable Robots – 360 Video Interview

Anouk Wipprecht is not your average fashion designer. Her pieces go beyond fabric and stitches, and into the realm of exoskeletal 3D printing and microcontrollers, bringing garment and wearer together into a united cyborgian being. In this 360 video interview, I sit down with Anouk to discuss her path to becoming a world-famous robotic fashion designer, her opinions on open source, and her latest project: a connected unicorn horn for children with autism. Continue reading High Tech Meets High Fashion with Anouk Wipprecht’s Wearable Robots – 360 Video Interview

Trendy Techie’s Guide to the 10 BEST Geeky Gifts of 2016

Merry merry everyone! The holidays are upon us like a pack of robot reindeer, racing down the highways, charging up your driveway, and knocking down your door with all the force of Santa Claus after he’s eaten all your cookies. Whether you’ve got your shopping done … Continue reading Trendy Techie’s Guide to the 10 BEST Geeky Gifts of 2016

DuoSkin: Temporary Tech Tattoos Create a Wearable User Interface

Remember last year when flash tattoos were a thing and all the hippie festival bloggers were wearing gold and silver temporary tattoos? Researchers at the MIT Media Lab in collaboration with Microsoft Research took these tattoos to the next level by making them interactive. Continue reading DuoSkin: Temporary Tech Tattoos Create a Wearable User Interface

Felix Gray Computer Eyewear Combats Eye Strain in Style

A survey by the Vision Council polled more than 10,000 adults found that 65% of Americans experience digital eye strain, and that using multiple screens at once actually increases the effects of digital eye strain. Felix Gray is a new high-end eyewear brand designed to protect the wearer from screen-related eye strain. Continue reading Felix Gray Computer Eyewear Combats Eye Strain in Style