Wearable GoPro’s Video Revolution – 60 Minutes on this great technology

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A little, wearable camera is putting its owners in their own movies, doing everything from walking down the street to jumping out of an airplane.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables) :  Wearables now going mainstream when you make it on 60 Minutes

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Clothes maketh the mood – Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nz Clothes maketh the mood Stuff.co.nz “Wearable technology that can listen to body language is so far an unexplored area, but I see it as a crucial enabler to this fast-growing industry.” He planned to sell the technology to the…

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of IoT & Wearables): OK short of giving someone the bird via my smart phone how good of an idea is this?

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Samsung Galaxy smartphone with wraparound display in the works: Report – NDTV

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NDTV Samsung Galaxy smartphone with wraparound display in the works: Report NDTV Samsung also acknowledged room for improvement in its wearable tech device, the Galaxy Gear, and also revealed that the company has not been 100 percent satisfied by…

Richard Platt‘s insight:

Wrap around display,?  WTH  Now we know that is why Apple and Samsung have been gobbling up patents for curved glass

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Exploring the viability of NFC, biometrics and wearable technology

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FTE explores the new paper from Artefact Group’s Rob Girling, which explores the future role of wearable technology and biometrics in the travel sector.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of the IoT & Wearables):  the Future of  wearables and biometrics in the travel industry, which would also have play in just aboput every other location as well

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Nissan to Debut the 3E in Tokyo, Giving Google Glass a Worthy Competitor – Top Speed

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Nissan to Debut the 3E in Tokyo, Giving Google Glass a Worthy Competitor Top Speed According to the initial details offered by Nissan, the 3E can be connected to the Internet in real time, allowing the users to overlay acquired information on the…

Richard Platt‘s insight:

Nissan 1st compete against Google Glass with the larger platform and ecosystem of the auotmobile.  

 

If this is Carlos Goshn’s strategy, it is an awesome one,  hats off to Carlos Goshn, Nissan and Renault for Innovation Strategist of  the Year

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Research and Markets: Global Automotive Interiors Market 2013 Report – Business Wire (press release)

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Research and Markets: Global Automotive Interiors Market 2013 Report
Business Wire (press release)
The report provides an in-depth analysis of the global automotive interiors market with inputs from industry experts.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

Crystal ball gazing passing as research for the future of Auto interiors, still it might be interesting to check out

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The Government Wants Gigabit Wi-Fi All For Itself

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The 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard is here and ready to power the Internet of Things but only if governmental communications systems will move off the 5 GHz… (Discover the mother of the Internet of Things, and why the government has her hostage.

Richard Platt‘s insight:

(from the Curator of the IoT & Wearables) – Big Brother is being an hog do we as citizens have a say in this?

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