Inspired by last year's Future of Money podcast and my research on technology and emotions; I'm tackling the Future of Wearables. While we are familiar with tracking devices like the Fitbit, Misfit and Apple Watch, the future enables possibilities beyond our imagination.
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This is a series of conversations with experts on the edge of wearables - they are actively researching technology and developing. Our conversations start with what's possible today - and quickly go beyond what we think is possible and what it might mean for humanity. Along the way we discuss concerns and innovations.
- As this industry matures, what problems do we need to solve for today? (Hint: Data ownership and Access.)
- What could this industry offer? (Hint: Happier and Better Paid Employees.)
- You'll learn what you need to know to create successful products today - and in the future.
Expect to be inspired.
The Future of Wearables Podcast is made possible by sponsors Sourcebits, a Globo Company and The Heterotopian Design Group, a division of Human Factors International with a special shout out to IEEE. Please check out these companies - it's due to their belief in this series and the future - this podcast is possible. Equal thanks to my amazing guests - for their time and actions creating the future!
- Episode 16: Brett King on the Augmented Experience
- Episode 15: Sean White on 20 years of Wearable Technology
- Episode 14: Ramez Naam on the Freedom of Wearables and Moore's Law
- Episode 13: Fatemeh Khatibloo on Data Ownership and Device Interoperability
- Episode 12: Liza Kindred on Textiles and Wearable Tech
- Episode 11: Ben Waber on Wearables in the Corporation
- Episode 10: Brenda Laurel and Rob Tow on Virtual Environments at Interval Research
- Episode 9: Rachel Kalmar on Data and Wearable Tech
- Episode 8: John C. Havens on Ethics and Wearable Tech
- Episode 7: Jay Iorio on Wearables and Mixed Reality
- Episode 6: Anthony Stevens on Machine Learning and Fitness Trackers
- Episode 5: Silona Bonewald on Mesh Networks and Private Data Ownership
- Episode 4: Kyle Mathewson on Flexible Electronics
- Episode 3: Eliza Strickland, IEEE Associate Editor on Practical Health Applications
- Episode 2: Boisy Pitre on the Emotional Side of Technology and Mobile Apps
- Episode 1: Eve Maler on Trust Frameworks and Redefining Consent