Wearable Computing Links
Research Projects and Programs
Other Academic Programs
Military and Commercial research
Independent Research and System Specifications
Commercial wearables sites
Moderators' note: As with many tech companies these days, announcements
are made even when the hardware is not available and may be many months,
in some cases years, away. Each of these companies currently has a product
to sell, but even if a particular unit is marked available, all of the
options may not be. Contact the company directly for current information.
Companies with current product
MP3 and audio players
- IBM's prototype wearable
computer. 233Mhz Pentium, 64M RAM, 340M HD, 10.5 ounces
with 1.5-2hr battery, irda, audio, trackpoint, 320x240 greyscale
`94 home page See the following papers:
- Anonymity in a Mobile Computing Environment, N. Asokan - University
- A Method Providing Identity Privacy to Mobile Users during Authentication,
Didier Samfat and Refik Molva - Institut Eurecom.
- On Travelling Incognito, A. Herzberg, H. Krawczyk - IBM T.J. Watson,
and G. Tsudik - IBM Zurich.
Enabling technologies for the handicapped
- For people interested in making their own systems
- For people interested in making the Lizzy, the MIT Wearable Computer
Design, mail firstname.lastname@example.org with "Subscribe" in the subject
- For people interested in making wearables in Scandinavia, mail
email@example.com, with "subscribe wear-hard" in the body.
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