I’m all set up here at the Vancouver Vintage & Handmade Society Market! 😊Check out my pretty spread! 😄 Me and my table of colorful goodies are here until 6pm so stop by the West End at Davie and Bute to say hi and get yourself something nice! 😙
The Creator’s Project is back with the third episode in its “Make It Wearable” YouTube series which explores the impact of wearable technology from various angles. This video focuses on the intersection of wearable tech and fashion in creating new opportunities for human expression.
1 in 10 US consumers own a wearable (most likely Fitbit)
by Sachin Bahal
Over 12% of the US population now owns a wearable device according to the latest report by Kantar Worldpanel on the state of the wearables market.
As of March 2016, more than one in ten consumers in the US own either a fitness tracker or smartwatch, that accounts for 12.2% of the US population. This number is nearly double European ownership which currently stands at 6.6%.
We have seen a number of brain wearables hit the market over the past few years. Most of these devices measure your brainwaves in order to provide feedback for you to use. Thync goes beyond this. This neurosignaling wearable doesn’t want to measure your mind, it wants to change it.