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My PPT for the group presentation in my Microcontrollers class, in the 2nd year of my B.Tech

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Wearable technology

  1. 1. Wearable Technology NAME SRN Sanjay Kumar R14CS175 Shah Abdul Ghani R14CS179 Manjunath Patil R15CS828 Nayana V R15CS832 Pragya Verma R14CS140 Prekshitha N R14CS145 R.T. Rohini R15CS841 Ruksa Sethi R15CS842
  2. 2. Introduction  Wearable technology are clothing and accessories incorporating computer and advanced electronic technologies. The designs often incorporate practical functions and features.  Worn by user - but are intended to interact with the wearer without punching keys or other manipulation.
  3. 3.  Wearable devices are a good example of the Internet of Things, since they are a part of physical objects ("things“) embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity.  always on, always working.  The Wearable technology consists of two parts: 1. sensors, glasses, watches and even foot wear; 2. Information aggregator & analyser
  4. 4. Reasons for growth of Wearable Technology  Location Data:  Device GPS,  Internet traffic information.  Cloud storage:  Big data, Internet of things.  Reduced IT cost with cloud computing.  Faster ,smaller and cheaper hardware:  Getting 100 times smaller every decade;  easy portability.
  5. 5. Key Industries  Fitness , wellness and healthcare.  Infotainment.  Industrial and Military.
  6. 6. Fitness and Healthcare  Wearable Technology is being used to measure a lot of health-related data, such as the step count, heart rate, Blood pressure, etc.
  7. 7.  Wearable technology has started to revolutionize healthcare by:  assisting doctors in the operating room; and providing real time access to electronic health records.  Patients can now continuously monitor their own health.
  8. 8. Infotainment  The popular segment that combines information and entertainment.  Includes the smartwatch and the smart glass.
  9. 9. Smartwatches  A smartwatch is a computerized wristwatch with functionality that is enhanced beyond timekeeping.  Modern smartwatches are effectively wearable computers. Many run mobile apps, using a mobile OS.  Some smartwatches function as portable media players.  Some models, also called 'watch phones', feature full mobile phone capability, and can make or answer phone calls.
  10. 10. Smart Glasses  Smart glasses is a wearable computer with an optical head mounted display(OHMD) or computerized internet-connected glasses with transparent heads-up display(HUD) or Augmented Reality(AR) overlay that has the capability of reflecting projected digital images as well as allowing the user to see through it.
  11. 11. Oculus Rift  It is a virtual reality headset.  Among the first consumer-targeted VR headsets.  The Rift has an OLED display, a 1080p, or 1080×1200, resolution per eye, a 90 Hz refresh rate, and 110° field of view.  It has integrated headphones which provide a 3D audio effect, rotational and positional tracking.  The Rift can be used while sitting, standing or walking around.
  12. 12. Military  Radically improved aiming capabilities.  Rifles that can track targets, detect wind and weather, and calculate the optimal flight path for the bullet now exist.  Monitor physical state and injuries.  thumbnail-size sensors, attached to bandages, monitor a user’s vitals such as heart rate, breathing, and hydration.  Better communication between troops and military dogs  Providing 360-degree battlefield awareness
  13. 13.  Heads up Display for military helps pilots differentiate between tactical display symbols.
  14. 14. Advantages  portability  hands free use  comfortable  always on for the task it is designed  quick accessibility  fashionable
  15. 15. Disadvantages  less versatile  ambient noise  not widely accepted yet  expensive  at times, a lot of wiring  heat emission may cause irritation  side effects(headaches)  Data security threats, if device is lost or stolen
  16. 16. Conclusion Without a doubt, Wearable Technology is among the most promising technologies with scope to improve. As it is mentioned:  Getting smaller in size  Wearables will continue to reign in popularity  Even reaching to animals  Brave attempts at fashionable bluetooth jewellery and clothing  Focusing needed on better designs for mass appeal  Future projections seems to be reaching to the highest level  Wearables will integrate more seamlessly into daily life  Adding more sensors will consolidate devices and broaden market appeal
  17. 17. Thank you.

My PPT for the group presentation in my Microcontrollers class, in the 2nd year of my B.Tech

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