Since the 1960s, wearable devices have emerged. In the 1970s, the wearable computer with digital camera capabilities invented by Alan Lewis can predict the outcome of casino roulette.
In 1977, CC Colin of the Academy of Visual Sciences at the Smith-Kettlewell Institute made a vest for blinds. It converts the image obtained by the head-mounted camera into a tactile image through the grid on the vest, allowing blinds to “see” the world, in a broad sense, this is the world’s first wearable health device.
We have reason to believe that wearable devices will become the top trend of 2019, So let me introduce some popular devices for you.
This year, young people of different skin colors are fascinated by a pair of sunglasses that can send videos. It may be unbelievable, but Snap Inc. made it come true, that is Spectacles smart sunglasses.
Leave alone the stylish shape, They feature a camera lens and are capable of recording short video segments and syncing with a smartphone to upload to the user’s online account. This means that Snapchat can no longer rely solely on mobile phones, but use its own hardware and software to capture and share content. In June of 2018, Snap released an update for Spectacles allowing users to export videos from the glasses in square or widescreen format, making sharing to other social networks that don’t support the circular format much easier. 10 seconds of the moment, this real-life video sharing has begun to sweep the world, becoming the most amazing wearable device of the year.
2. Magic Ring
The Magic Ring has a dual-core MCU NXP chip that can simulate and copy non-contact IC and ID chips in various frequency bands. Whether it is an access card, an elevator card, a shopping cart, a bus subway card, or a time card, this smart ring can easily replace it.
In terms of materials, this smart ring is made of liquid tungsten gold, using 39 processes and lasting 73 hours of continuous processing. Not only with high intensity but also no-fading, no-allergies. On the inside of the Magic Ring, set with magnets, enamel, and FIR energy stones, which protect our body from electromagnetic waves emitted by surrounding electronic devices, Keep your body balanced and healthy. As for the design, this Magic Ring does not need to be recharged at all, and it can completely get rid of the battery life and data lines. With IP67 waterproof, mainstream systems such as iOS, Android and WP are Supported, Obviously, this is also a very expensive ring.
3. Fitness tracker
In fact, health is the area where wearable devices should be prioritized and with the best prospects. Wearable health devices are essentially interventions and improvements in human health. Wearable devices are also evolving from “information collection” to “direct intervention”.
Activity trackers, smart watches, and heart rate monitors are as popular as ever—if you’re into seeing your workouts by the numbers, wearable technology can give you interesting feedback about how you move. Many estimate your steps, sleep, standing time, calories burned, and time spent working out.
Heart rate monitors, in particular, can also give you objective information about how hard you’re actually working during a sweat session, which can be helpful if you’re training to be in a specific heart rate zone. (How you feel isn’t always an effective measure of how hard you’re working—factors including the room temperature and how much you like your workout can also influence how hard a workout feels to you.)
If you want to try this type of equipment, we recommend the cost-effective Lintelek fitness tracker, which is of good quality at an affordable price ($30+).
- 24/7 Heart Rate Monitor
- Call&Message/Alarm Alert
- Remote Camera Control
- IP68 Waterproof
- iOS and Android
4. Athlete Recovery Pajamas
This is the magical pajamas, just like healing treatment. It has no sensors, no Bluetooth and companion APP, which sounds not simple. According to the manufacturer “Under Armour”, it is a high-tech product. It is cut from a special bioceramic fabric that helps to improve blood circulation and reduce inflammation. Therefore, athletes who wear these pajamas will recover quite quickly. Of course, the price of such pajamas is naturally not cheap.
*The pattern inside unlocks your natural energy.
*Amp up localized blood flow to restore muscle faster.
*The faster your muscles are restored, the faster you can get back to work.
After some major reforms in 2018, Oculus will launch its first stand-alone virtual reality headset next year. Easily enter virtual reality with no PC or wires attached. Oculus Go is a Standalone VR headset made to fit you. Designed with breathable fabrics, adjustable straps, and best lenses yet.
This fully wireless product offers an experience between mobile VR and the Oculus Rift. It is equipped with a six-degree-of-freedom tracking feature and has the ability to track from the inside out, so no external sensors are required.
With the Oculus App, you can download and discover the latest VR games, apps and experiences even when you’re not in VR. Simply connect your Oculus Go and phone to configure and customize your device with ease.
LVL is “the world’s first wearable hydration monitor” that, after being worn on the wrist, can emit multi-wavelength near-infrared light, penetrate the skin into the underlying tissue. The integrated optical sensor analyzes the reflected light and resolves subtle changes in blood color to determine how much water the wearer lost due to sweating.
If the degree of dehydration is close to the threshold, the LVL will warn the user and show the amount of water consumed/replenished to avoid dehydration. In addition, the device is capable of detecting heart rate, sleep quality, active steps, calories burned, and more.
LVL simultaneously senses your hydration, heart rate, and activity to help you optimize every workout. It prompts you in real-time, alerting you to exactly how much fluid you need and what type of performance boost you can expect.
When you lift your glasses, you can see the navigation information on the lens; with a wave of your wrist, you can use the watch to pay for the goods; just wear a bracelet and you can get a detailed sleep report and health advice. …. Wearable devices are like the extension of the body, the upgrade of the mind, not only frees us from the mobile phone but also reconstructs our own in a quantifiable and visual way.
Wearable devices are gradually appearing in various fields of people’s lives. They not only change the behavior patterns of people in the past, but also quantify people’s daily behaviors into one piece of data, providing necessary conditions for a piece of comprehensive information, and also have provided new lifestyles that are becoming more and more convenient. According to the authoritative data organization IDC (International Data Corporation), the wearable market will show significant growth from 2016 to 2020. By 2021, global wearable device shipments will reach 252.3 million units, and the market for wearable devices is very huge.
With the maturity of computers, networks, and electronic technologies, the miniaturization of chips, the improvement of circuit and hardware adaptability, and the popularity of mobile networks, the promotion of wearable devices has become possible. Driven by the needs of the masses, more and more wearable devices are being introduced and gradually form an independent industry. Especially in recent years, wearable device products have become one of the fastest growing product categories in the world’s electronic products, and have received attention from all sides. However, in reality, the wearable device manufacturers are all plagued by consumers, and the development of the industry is limited to some extent, depending on the hills, single functional redundancy scenarios, and information security needs to be improved. How can the wearable industry break through the bottleneck and enhance itself in 2019, so that users can enjoy a new experience? Let’s wait and see.