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#Wearable Technology by Ruben Martinez (Bowdoin College)

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#Wearable Technology by Ruben Martinez (Bowdoin College)

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Ruben Martinez '16 is a student of Bowdoin College. He created this presentation as a part of the Data Driven Societies course (Spring 2014) taught by Drs. Gieseking and Gaze. His analysis draws upon one month of #wearable data scraped from Twitter in February of 2014.

Ruben Martinez '16 is a student of Bowdoin College. He created this presentation as a part of the Data Driven Societies course (Spring 2014) taught by Drs. Gieseking and Gaze. His analysis draws upon one month of #wearable data scraped from Twitter in February of 2014.

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#Wearable Technology by Ruben Martinez (Bowdoin College)

  1. 1. #Wearable Technol gy The Next Big Thing?
  2. 2. Limited Interest Map of #Wearables Tweets Worldwide, Jan 2014-Feb 2014
  3. 3. Interest is Decreasing Search For: Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Wearables
  4. 4. Tell me what you want, what you really really want.
  5. 5. Popular Words in Tweets January 14th – February 14th
  6. 6. The Elephant in the Room: Health-Related Terms Highlighted
  7. 7. The Elephant in the Room: More Distantly Health-Related Terms Highlighted
  8. 8. Not All Bad News! Search For: Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Wearables (General Wearables) Search For: iWatch Samsung Gear Fit FitBit Jawbone Up (Health Wearables)
  9. 9. What can we conclude?
  10. 10. Wearable Tech is a young field.
  11. 11. Interest in some wearables may be declining.
  12. 12. But health wearables aren’t going anywhere.
  13. 13. Questions? Presentation by Ruben Martinez Jr.

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