Body Power for Wearable Devices

Body Power for Wearable Devices

Wearable technology has wonderful potential, especially for health and fitness applications. But there is one important problem that must be solved; how are you going to power these devices? One common solution is to use batteries, but these must be recharged if...
The Display That Remembers

The Display That Remembers

Bi-stable display technologies such as Eink are useful because they consume little or no electricity when the image does not change. On the other hand, LCDs are attractive because you can make small pixels and create different shades of gray to create photo-style...
Sony Demonstrates New OLED Microdisplays

Sony Demonstrates New OLED Microdisplays

Wearable computing devices must be small, lightweight, and energy efficient in order to be successful. When it comes to displaying information, the Google Glass is a prime example of what a head-mounted display can be. The lynchpin in such a design is the imager: a...
Samsung Demos New Wearable OLED Screens

Samsung Demos New Wearable OLED Screens

One of the main goals of any wearable health and fitness device is to gather information so that it can be shared. One common way to share this data is to send it to some other device — such as a smartphone — over a wireless connection. There are...
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