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Wearable computers

  1. 1. WearableComputers
  2. 2. Group Members Shailesh Kokku Shraddha Rane Shruti Magdum Siddhesh Pachkale
  3. 3. Introduction Body-borne computers Special purpose information technologies and media development Real-time access to critical information MIT web page defines a wearable computer as
  4. 4. History
  5. 5. How Wearable Computing Works Communication between user and device With use of sensory device Perform multitasking Allow the user to change information
  6. 6. Features Consistency Multitasking Mobility 4 As
  7. 7. Types of wearable computer Health and Fitness Body Computers Personal Use and Lifestyle Enhancement Body Computers Industry Wearable Computers Military Use Wearable Computers
  8. 8. Personal UseHealth and Fitness Lifestyle BodyBody Computers Computers wrist PDA MIT Media Lab has developed The C-Leg handbags
  9. 9. Accenture Technology Labs has created adevice that uses two small microphones, and a camera to Assist in remembering a persons name. Oakley has developed the first digital musiceyewear. The Oakley Thump, comes equipped with a solid state hard drive, for skip free listening.
  10. 10. Military UseIndustry Wearable WearableComputers Computers
  11. 11. Advantages Portability Hands free use Comfortable Quick to access Fashionable
  12. 12. Disadvantages Equipment can be heavy Expensive Consist lot of wiring Side effects such as headache
  13. 13. Conclusion

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