Wearables Without Screens – Enhancing Quality of Life

March 20, 2017 , Industry
User experience designers around the world recognize that a screen isn’t always the most logical interface for every task or every person. Currently, much of our time is dominated by screens. At the office, we work on computer screens; at home, we watch our favorite entertainment on televisions and tablets; and on the go, we rely on smartphones as all-in-one touchscreen devices. However, as wearable technology advances and each device fits a specific purpose, we are starting to see new, screen-free wearables created to improve our lives, both on individual and societal levels. Leaders in these technologies are often based in the same region of the world that already designs and manufactures much of the world’s hardware – Asia. Here we take a look at some of the impressive screen-free devices coming out today.

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