A small portable computer that is designed to be
worn on the body during use.
Wearable computers are usually either integrated
into the user's clothing or can be attached to the
body through some other means, like a wristband.
Human Interface System (Humionics)
The user interface for a wearable computer is fundamentally
different to those of the regular computers .
It should satisfy the following criteria:
Shall be constantly available to the user
Shall not require constant user attention.
Shall be able to communicate with the user and the
There are three kinds of network possible:
Through WAP, or Cellular Digital packet data.
Wired and wireless connections
Through infrared or radio signals.
Handwriting and keyboard
Head Mounted Displays with earpiece
A smart shirt is clothing made from smart fabric and
used to allow remote physiological monitoring of
various vital signs of the wearer such as heart
rate, respiration rate, temperature, activity, and
A smart watch is a computerized wristwatch with
functionality that is enhanced beyond
timekeeping, and is often comparable to a personal
digital assistant(PDA) device
Smart glasses is a wearable computer with an optical head-
mounted display (OHMD) or computerized internet-connected
glasses with transparent heads-up display or augmented reality
overlay that has the capability of reflecting projected digital
images as well as allowing the user to see through it.
A new Bluetooth-enabled wearable ring allows users
to check smartphone alerts and manage incoming
calls right from their finger. Users can manage the
settings of the gadget called Smarty Ring from a
mobile app, and can even use the device as a
watch, timer or phone finder.
Health care monitoring systems