Poetic Complications - Van Cleef & Arpels
Poetic Complications® watches provide a unique vision of time, in which savoir-faire and technical prowess combine to bring stories to life. Their intricate Swiss made mechanisms offer precious moments of emotion, marked by the distinctive imagination of Van Cleef & Arpels.
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RINGLY | Smart Jewelry and Accessories
Smart Ring Under Glamorous Guise. Ringly pairs with your phone to notify you about what matters most to you. Did we mention that the ring box is actually the charger? Mind blowing, right? Shop the collection at www.ringly.com. Free US Shipping!
Smart Glove Turns Prosthetic Arms into Feeling Limbs
Up until recently, losing an arm meant either living without that limb forever or wearing a lifeless, unmoving substitute. Prosthetic arms have come a very long way, though – now some can mov…
MomodayÃ‚Â® Bluetooth Music Soft Warm Beanie Hat Cap with Stereo Headphone Headset Speaker Wireless Mic Hands-free for Men Women Speaker Winter Outdoor Sport Best Gift (Light Grey)
CAT Clutch - The Ultimate Evening Bag
CAT - Creative Arts & Technology is raising funds for CAT Clutch - The Ultimate Evening Bag on Kickstarter! Wearable art on your arm! Our chic bag displays LED pixel art, changeable with a touch of our app, holds lipstick & charges your phone.
Women's Clothing & Accessories for Hunters | Legendary Whitetails
You'll be ready to go all out in this true performance tank! Featuring a great poly/spandex blend, Big Game® Camo, and reflective logos front and back. Moisture wicking technology to help keep you dry and comfortable in any activity.
Wearable Tech: Phone-Control Garments Charge Fashion Runways
You have a phone that just makes calls and allows for Inetrnet access and e-mail? How passé and non geek-chic can a person get? Read on to discover the amazing wearable tech phenomenon known as phone-control garments!
Japanese 'smart clothing' uses nanofibers to monitor your heart-rate (video)
Japanese mobile carrier NTT Docomo and materials developer Toray have been working on joint projects for a while and now they're publicly announcing one. Welcome Hitoe (Japanese for "one layer"), cloth that contains Toray's nanofibers that are coated in a transmittable layer. It's not the orange cloth (that's just standard material), but the nicotine-patch sized square you attach to it that does the sensing. Place two of these on you and they'll act as electrodes, measuring your heartbeat…