Fashionable QR code jacket uniquely designed to the personality of the wearer

QR Code Jacket - Scan QR Code

QR codes aren’t always a basic pathway to a website or a mobile payment transaction. You’ve likely seen your fair share of QR codes on product labels, business cards, or for making payments, etc., but have you ever seen a personalized QR code jacket? Julie Helles Erikson has done just that, creating a fashionable garment designed to merge the wearers’ physical and digital lives, reports designboom. The garment revels the different personalities of the wearer. The QR code jacket is composed entirely of woven quick response codes. The purpose of…

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Best Buy calls itself the largest selection of wearable technology

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The electronics chain is telling holiday shoppers in Canada that it offers the most types of wearables. Now that the holiday shopping season is in full swing, consumers are starting to get to know what is available and where, and when it comes to buying wearable technology in Canada, Best Buy claims to have the largest selection of both the devices and their accessories. It says that its wearables selection contains over 200 different products that include a vast range of options. Within the wearable technology department, consumers can find…

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Wearable technology race is starting to define some clear leaders

Fitbit wearable technology fitness tracker

Pebble and Fitbit are beginning to show that they are at the top of the wearables market. According to the research firm, Canalys, and some of its most recently released data, among all of the consumers who own wearable technology bands around the world during the first quarter of this year, nearly half were owners of the Fitbit fitness band. That said, when it comes to smartwatches, Pebble has been ripping ahead of the competition. Despite that the comparatively small Pebble is up against some powerful tech giants such as…

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Wearables will be owned by 1 in 5 people by August

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According to a recent study, a fifth of people aged 17 to 75 years will soon have one of these devices. This year, wearables are making a tremendous splash, as devices from fitness bands, to smartwatches and from augmented reality glasses to smart jewelry, and a recent study has indicated that by August of this year, one in every five people between the ages of 17 and 75 years in Australia will own at least one of these mobile devices. It has been predicted that sales will reach 10 million…

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