Monthly Archives: December 2016

Reverse the Perspective: It’s Time to Track the Development of Embodied Technologies and their Creators

Andrew Iliadis and Isabel Pedersen The term “wearables” has always been something of a misnomer. In tech circles, the term usually refers to things like fitness monitoring devices or smart glasses; we don’t tend to think of involuntary tracking technologies, like ankle bracelets or workplace tracking devices, as wearables. Wearables don’t accurately describe concepts like implanted and bionic technology, but… Read more →