Wearables Discussion

2,625 views

Published on

* Wearables Overview
* Wearable Health Technology
* Google Glass Overview

Jeffrey Paul: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffpaul/
Susannah Halweg: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/susannah-halweg/8/16/20
Brad Jefferson: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/bradley-jefferson/1/967/504

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
2,625
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
13
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
117
Comments
0
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Wearables Discussion

  1. 1. Jeffrey Paul, Susannah Halweg, Brad Jefferson 8/14/2013 Wearables Discussion
  2. 2. Agenda 2 • Wearables Overview • Wearable Health Technology • Google Glass Overview • West Coast Special: Google Glass personal demo sessions!
  3. 3. Wearables Overview Susannah Halweg
  4. 4. Wearables Overview 4 What is wearable technology? • Wearable technology, tech togs, or fashion electronics are clothing and accessories incorporating computer and advanced electronic technologies. Where/When did it start? • In the 1600’s a fully functional Abacus Ring was worn. • In the 1800’s a woman’s timepiece that “computes time”. • More recently – the first International Symposium on Wearable Computers took place in 1997, Boston, MA. Source: “Wearable Computer” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wearable_computer and “Wearable Technology” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wearable_technology
  5. 5. Wearable Health Technology Brad Jefferson
  6. 6. $2.7 billion in revenue in 2012 and is expected to reach $8.3 billion in 2018 Source: www.marketsandmarkets.com
  7. 7. Great Moments in Wearable Technology (Health) 1921 – 1970 Biometric Measurement 1992 – 2008 Smartphones and Apps Now and Beyond Nanotechnology and Bioelectronics Seriously… BIOELECTRONICS… buy stock now Source: http://www.graphs.net/201305/the-memoto-lifelogging-experience-infographic.html
  8. 8. Body Area Network (BAN)
  9. 9. 7:10AM 7:15AM 7:40AM 8:30AM7:00AM You wake up to a gentle vibration on your arm, you look down and see your wrist- mounted Lark Pro alarm throbbing silently. Your Vuzix M100 assesses nutritional value. You eat your breakfast with a HAPIspoon. Before biking to work you put your protective Hovding hood around your neck. You check your glucose levels with your "nano-tattoo“. What to wear? Diffus UV dress, Your shark-proof wetsuit, Finally, you settle on Sensoree mood sweater. Have a meeting across town? Connect to your Dekko-powered device to navigate & check in. At Work Your Daily Routine in Wearable Tech – August 14, 2016
  10. 10. Afternoon 3:30pm Afterwork 10:30pmLunch Go for a run wearing a miCoach training shirt, track your performance and feed your results instantly to your smartphone. You receive a notification from your Smart Shirt powered by OM Signal. Brush your teeth with Beam Toothbrush then go to sleep in your smart pajamas or your FitBit Flex wrist band. After finishing up at work, you tap on your Misfit Shine necklace. indicating that you are 65% of the way through your daily activity goal. You tuck your children in their Smart Pajamas. Your Daily Routine in Wearable Tech – August 14, 2016
  11. 11. The future of wearable tech in Health:http://www.omsign al.com/
  12. 12. Google Glass Overview Jeffrey Paul
  13. 13. Google Glass Hardware 15 Projector The primary display of Glass is a rear projector that projects an image into a Glass Cube that is situated above the wearers right eye Touch Pad and Camera Button Although the primary control of Glass is intended to be voice, a touchpad exists to help navigate through cards and menus. This is a multitouch touchpad that allows for 2 points of touch. Camera Glass has a 5MP camera capable of shooting video at 720p Main Housing Glass contains an impressive amount of hardware inside of its main housing. This includes a WiFi Radio (b/g) and Bluetooth Radio, 16GB of Storage (12 usable), 1 GB RAM, OMAP 4430 CPU (Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 clocked at 1GHZ). gyroscope, allelerominitor and more. Battery Glass has a 570 mAh battery that should get most users through a full day of use Micro USB Used to charge Glass or to manage photos via a PC (MTP) Speaker Glass uses a Bone Conduction speaker in order to keep your ears free Plastic and Titanium Band A band of Plastic and Titanium are used to form the frame of Glass. This allows it to be both lightweight and strong. There is a lot of hardware packed into this tiny package. Source: Google Glass content via Keith I Myers: http://bit.ly/1eqFnkV
  14. 14. Google Glass Hardware 16 Source: “Google Glass” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Glass Technical specs (developer / Glass Explorer units): • Android 4.0.4 and higher • 640x360 display • 5-megapixel camera, capable of 720p video recording • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g • Bluetooth • 16GB storage (12GB available) • Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 SoC 1.2 Ghz Dual(ARMv7) • 682MB RAM “proc” • 3 axis gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer (compass) • Ambient light sensing and proximity sensor • Bone conduction transducer
  15. 15. Google Glass Software 17 Android at the Heart but designed to be simple and unobtrusive. Source: Google Glass content via Keith I Myers: http://bit.ly/1eqFnkV
  16. 16. Google Glass Software 18 Who knew that the simple Index Card would be making such a stunning comeback in 2013! Home Card Presented everytime Glass is turned on. By simply muttering "Ok Glass", you activate Glass's voice controls. Directions Card Powered by Google Now, Glass can provide you with directions when you need them. If you have an appointment in your calendar or your daily commute, Google Now's Directions have you covered. As an added bonus, any location searched on Google Maps will automatically be added as a card for easy navigation. A simple tap activates the Glass Navigation System Source: Google Glass content via Keith I Myers: http://bit.ly/1eqFnkV Glass Navigation System Glass has one of the best Navigation Systems around, it is simply a pleasure to use. Glass's navigation system has 3 modes (Walking/Biking or Driving) and more to follow. If you have ever used an Android Phone's GPS, this should be both a welcomed and familiar change.
  17. 17. 19 Google Glass Software Movies Card Nearby movies and showtimes appear when you’re around a movie theater. Also be notified when a movie you’re interested in arrives at theaters. Tap into the bundle to view showtimes. Restaurants, Hotels, and Events Get reminders for dinner reservations, hotel bookings, and concerts. Source: Google Glass content via Keith I Myers: http://bit.ly/1eqFnkV Sports Card See live scores and upcoming games for your favorite teams. You can even buy game tickets on the fly. Shown for teams that interest you before, during, and after a game. Who knew that the simple Index Card would be making such a stunning comeback in 2013!
  18. 18. 20 Google Glass Software Phone Calls Glass allows you to make and receive telephone calls directly from Glass via a Bluetooth connection to your phone. Contacts and Contact Photos are automatically pulled in from your Google Contacts Emergency Alerts Be alerted when sever thunderstorms or flash flood warnings are in effect and based on your proximity. Based on sources such as the National Weather Service and the U.S. Geological Survey. Let’s hope you never have to use this one. Source: Google Glass content via Keith I Myers: http://bit.ly/1eqFnkV Weather Card Have the current forecast as well as the next few days available to you instantly. Who knew that the simple Index Card would be making such a stunning comeback in 2013!
  19. 19. Google Glass Software 21 Developers Welcomed: Glass takes an unorthodox approach to the development of Glass Applications (Glassware). Glass has a 100% cloud based API known as the Mirror API. This essentially allows developers to create applications in any language they want and simply send JSON encoded data to Google API to be displayed on a users Glass. Voice Commands: • “ok glass, google…” • “ok glass, take a picture…” • “ok glass, record a video…” • “ok glass, get directions to…” • “ok glass, send a message to…” • “ok glass, make a call to…” • “ok glass, hang out with…” • “ok glass, post an update…” (Path) • “ok glass, take a note…” (Evernote) Source: Google Glass content via Keith I Myers: http://bit.ly/1eqFnkV
  20. 20. Appendix: West Coast Special
  21. 21. Use of Glass 23 Ground Rules: • Be Careful – the unit is not easy (improbable?) to replace & was costly. • Take photo of yourself wearing Glass or ask that someone else take the photo. These tend to make geeky friends jealous on social networks! • Ask permission to take photos of others with Glass. Voice Commands: • “ok glass, google…” • “ok glass, take a picture…” • “ok glass, record a video…” • “ok glass, get directions to…” • “ok glass, send a message to…” • “ok glass, make a call to…” • “ok glass, hang out with…” • “ok glass, post an update…” (Path) • “ok glass, take a note…” (Evernote)

×