Fashion

Tago arc bracelet uses e-ink for endless designs

Tago arc bracelet uses e-ink for endless designs

You buy a piece of jewelry because you like its design. Imagine, though, buying a piece of jewelry because you like its general shape, not bothering about the design itself because you can switch it whenever you'd like to something else. Such is the nature of tago arc, a new smart bracelet that doesn't trifle with matters of health and fitness. Instead, tago arc is all about style, something it caters to no matter one's personal style via the use of an e-ink display. With this display and a related smartphone, users can flash a new design onto the bracelet, changing its look digitally in about one second.

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Sartorial robots sew fashion and robotics together

Sartorial robots sew fashion and robotics together

Move over self-lacing shoes. While you're still bidding your time to fulfill childhood dreams, a fleet of these tiny robots might already be busy zipping up clothes. Adam Whiton from MIT's Personal Robots Group is introducing a new kind of robot, one that does not fly, does not clean, and does not cuddle. These "sartorial robots" have one purpose and one purpose only, to give a more human appeal to robots by incorporating them into one of the most human pursuits of all: clothing.

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MemoryMirror: trying on clothes using a smart mirror

MemoryMirror: trying on clothes using a smart mirror

Our future will involve "trying on" clothing at stores without removing a single garment, something achieved through the use of smart mirrors. MemoMi's MemoryMirror has given us a glimpse (pun intended) of this future, allowing customers to stand in front of it and see their digital visage in the reflection adorned with outfits other than the one they're wearing. It's simple, fast, and is (soon) coming to a store near you, assuming you live near a certain Neiman Marcus department store in California.

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Apple Watch’s premium fashion price ok with consumers, says survey

Apple Watch’s premium fashion price ok with consumers, says survey

In 2007, Apple kicked the smartphone industry into high gear and really got consumers interested in touchscreen devices with the original iPhone. A similar situation could be said for the Apple Watch and how the adoption rate of wearables may start to take off after its release early next year. A new survey from First Insight, a retail research company, seems to indicate that people are very interested in the Apple Watch, but much more as a fashion item than other smartwatches.

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Mira: a fashionable fitness tracker for women

Mira: a fashionable fitness tracker for women

Fashionable wearables are gaining traction, with products like the Ear-O-Smart earrings and the Omate Lutetia smartwatch ushering in what is sure to be a growing industry of smart jewelry. Mira is in the same vein as these products, taking the familiar fitness tracker technology available in a large roster of products and embedding it in a stylish bracelet. In conjunction with its mobile app, Mira provides "Boost" suggestions with a personal, encouraging slant to aid in improving one's fitness.

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Luxottica and Intel partner to make smartglasses stylish

Luxottica and Intel partner to make smartglasses stylish

Smartglasses are picking up speed, with Google rumored to be adding Intel's presence to its Glass wearable and Vuzix putting its own M100 model up on Amazon for pre-order. Though smart eyewear is a lot of things, stylish isn't really one of them, and Intel aims to change that. The company has announced a new collaboration with Luxottica to mix its smart technology with the latter company's fashionable eyewear knowledge to usher in a future of stylish wearables.

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Intel’s MICA: more than just a pretty face, still pricey

Intel’s MICA: more than just a pretty face, still pricey

Intel has just announced the availability of its new wearable MICA, short for My Intelligent Communication Accessory, where Intel and Opening Ceremony try bring up a product that blends technology and fashion. Unequivocally targeted at women who have a penchant for both worlds, MICA flaunts materials that very few smartbands and smartwatches would dare to wear. But it also has a bit of smarts hidden inside as well, though somewhat a bit less than a smartwatch, which still sounds quite OK, at least until you get to the price tag.

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Omate Lutetia gold smartwatch is first made for women

Omate Lutetia gold smartwatch is first made for women

In August Omate introduced a companion smartwatch with a design that targeted it at men, something that will soon be joined by the Omate Lutetia, a companion smartwatch designed for women. Omate says its wearable is the first smartwatch to be made exclusively for women, and with it comes a design that makes it appropriate for both formal occasions and everyday wear. "The Omate Lutetia will allow modern women to finally enjoy all the perks of a smartwatch without having to sacrifice their style," says the maker.

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Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones unleashes your inner feline

Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones unleashes your inner feline

Have you ever wanted to look like a cat while listening to your favorite tunes? No? Well, apparently thousands of people do. Their dreams may just come true now that there's Axent Wear, headphones that creates a fusion of all your feline desires, your personal and social audio needs, and bright LED lights around your head. That is, of course, if you're willing to take the risk of putting your money in a crowd-funding campaign to stand out from the crowd in a stylish, or ridiculous depending on your personal bent, way.

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