This is such an amazing idea. I've already thought of two things it might be useful for: a) No headphone cords when running. b) No headphone cords if you fall asleep (just in case they get wrapped around your neck)
University of Washington are working on solar powered contact lenses with transparent LEDs embedded onto the lens. This technology could be applied in countless ways, from health monitoring to text translation right in front of the wearer's eyes.
It is a wearable cell phone that looks like a wristwatch. Rollerphone has a retractable transparent screen at the base. The gadget features a media center, allowing you to watch videos, chat online, play games, read e-books and listen to music!
Is this a mosquito? It’s an insect spy drone. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It
New York Times Interactive Mirror allows the individual to check social media sites and receive the morning news along with other features. Imagine checking your calendar while brushing your teeth or shaving. Convenience and practicability
Touchscreen T-Shirts Only a Few Years Away Most people have to keep their smart phones within reach. But what if instead of having your technology an arm’s length away, it was actually on your arm? Imagine clothing with touchscreen capabilities built righ