The Rise of Wearable Technology

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This presentation will cover low scale hardware like Arduino, Raspberry pi, and go into security tech (vein recognition), movement tech (armbands), and identification (heart rate monitoring). All of these covering an open source type background through a couple of the organizations that are leading the creation of the rise of wearable technology.

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  • Internet Controller Hardware – Arduino Yun, etc.Extending to other languages, Tessel = JavaScript, Node.js through Johnny 5
  • http://epilogger.com/events/angelhack-toronto-spring-2013http://blog.kiwiwearables.com/post/53131874544/angelhack-2013-toronto-what-a-crazy-weekend
  • http://www.wearfin.com/
  • http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/biometrics/palm-vein/http://findbiometrics.com/solutions/vein-recognition/
  • http://fidoalliance.org/
  • https://ppd.io/dna-data-storage
  • When I was a kid, virtual reality was an amazing dream – talk about Oculus Rift. Gaming usually leads a charge in devices.Wearables as medical devices
  • The Rise of Wearable Technology

    1. The Rise of Wearable Technology Jonathan LeBlanc (@jcleblanc) Global Head of Developer Evangelism at PayPal
    2. The Future of Wearables! Build this, collect profit!  
    3. Hardware Prototyping
    4. Early Hardware Days
    5. Mainstreaming Effect
    6. Arduino / Raspberry Pi / Leap Motion / etc. Hardware Toolbox Rasperry Pi Arduino
    7. Building on Body Movement
    8. Open Application Sensor Hacks
    9. Myo Extending Body Functions https://thalmic.com/en/myo/
    10. Fin Gesture Controlled Ring http://wearfin.com/
    11. Building on Open Specs
    12. Bluetooth Smart
    13. Location Awareness
    14. Effects on Commerce
    15. How the Technology Works Transparent Bridge from Device to IP Central Device Peripheral Bridge IP Address Endpoint
    16. Connection: Continuous vs Intermittent Throughput: 0.7-2.1 Mbit/s vs 0.27 Mbit/s Power Consumption: 1 mW vs 0.01-0.5 mW Range: 100 meters vs 50 meters
    17. Bluetooth Support Modes Devices can support both Bluetooth and Bluetooth Smart (dual mode), or just one Bluetooth Smart Adoption Over 2 billion current connections
    18. Pebble Building on Bluetooth Smart https://getpebble.com/
    19. Beyond the Fingerprint
    20. Vein Recognition Biometrics Identification through vein uniqueness
    21. Nymi Heartbeat Identification http://getnymi.com/
    22. The FIDO Alliance Open Device Identity Spec http://fidoalliance.org/
    23. Beyond Wearables
    24. DNA as Data Storage 700 Terabytes of data in a gram of DNA https://ppd.io/dna-data-storage
    25. What Does the Future Hold?
    26. Thank You! Questions? http://slideshare.net/jcleblanc Jonathan LeBlanc (@jcleblanc) Global Head of Developer Evangelism at PayPal

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