Wearables for Women at CES
CES2015 is over, but the lingering of great innovation, flashing lights (both on us and around us) of Vegas remain in our minds. Our panel on Wearables for Women: innovations from fashion to function, was great. Special thanks to my panelists from Narrative, HearNotes Inc, Interaxon, Sensoria and S.A.F.E. Family Wearables. I quick apology to you all for the beeping shirt. I had not realized that it was audible to the rest of the room. Nonetheless, I think you all were brilliant and I love what you are developing.
What’s next? Well, a look to my near future is diving deep into my research on the outcomes of all these amazing innovations we call wearables. I have a few upcoming speaking engagements to share the progress over the next few months. If I “go silent” know that I have not disappeared. I am simply deep in writing mode. I hope to be able to share the final results with you by early Summer. I was able to pick up a few new and exciting devices for my dissertation study on wearable technologies and presence of mind. As a result, if you are interested, there is still a few spots available to register new participants.
Here’s a few more treats I came across on my CES adventure.
For those who are interested in the next steps of 2BalanceU, check out the teaser site for the App we are developing based on the research study. 2BalanceU.com
Special thanks to Robin Raskin of Living in Digital Times for inviting me to moderate this diverse panel. I promise next time I will check for feedback on my wearables! Kudos on a great event!