As college and university students settle into midterm assignments for the school year, they will be depending on a bundle of devices that would have been science fiction a mere decade ago. Gone are the days of sending students to school with notebooks, binders, and highlighters; parents are now expected to equip their kids with tech for everything from note-taking… Read more →
Tag: wearable tech
Decimal Lab visits Tokyo, Japan
Visit to the Embassy The first location of interest to the Decimal Lab while visiting Tokyo was the Canadian Embassy. Before venturing to Japan, Dr. Isabel Pedersen had made contact with Counsellor and Senior Trade Commissioner at the Canadian Embassy in Japan in order to set up a meeting while we were in the country. He was kind enough to accommodate… Read more →
Isabel Pedersen to speak at We Are Wearables conference
Did you hear? The Decimal Lab’s own Dr. Isabel Pedersen spoke at the We Are Wearables conference on February 3, 2015 from 7pm-10pm. She participated in a panel discussing wearables for women from 7:30-8:00pm which was lead by Amanda Cosco. For more information regarding the agenda and event details, visit the We Are Wearables website! Read more →
The hybridization of wearables and implantables: A new era of technology?
Reality-Shifting Comments: By Rebecca Smith A recent innovation by Naomi Kizhner has lead me to question the line between wearable technology and implantable technology. Previously, wearable technology was generally thought to be a piece of technology that is worn as an appendage on the human body whereas implantable technology is more permanent. But what do we get when the line… Read more →