1. Onemile is a project out of OCAD University with the goal of create a social connection revolving around sharing past experiences. The system uses a hood, which records the experiences of the wearer (light, sounds, and step) at random times. These recordings are transmitted to a base station whenever the hood comes into proximity, triggering data visualization of that recording. Previous recording, from other hood wearers, are then transfered back down to the hood at this point, creating a network effect of shared experiences. Downloaded experiences are then played back by the act of wearing the hood, connecting two individuals across time, location and experiences.

    read more here: blog.ocad.ca/wordpress/creationcomputation-fw2012/2012/12/project-3-onemile/

    Music Credits: "Noise Gate" by MediaLesco & "Ignored (Instrumental)" by Liam Stewart

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  2. Designed and directed by: Maya Pindeus, Johanna Pichlbauer

    Model: Antonia Rippel

    University of Applied Arts Vienna / Studio Fiona Raby / WS 2012/13

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  3. Muse, InteraXon's new brainwave-sensing headband, allows you to do more with your mind then ever thought possible. Visit our IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign page for more details at indiegogo.com/interaxonmuse

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  4. Heart On Your Sleeve is a wearable device that attaches to a user’s sleeve and displays their current heart rate.

    Learn more here: scott.j38.net/interactive/heartonyoursleeve

    The music track in the video is Buddy Holly's Heartbeat.

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  5. Woven is the first complete e-wearable (game) platform that you wear during the whole day. It makes life easier, more personal and much more fun. This video demonstrates the possibilities of the prototype build to explore the possibilities of e-wearables and an interactive experience. The prototype has many built-in functionality, like bluetooth, internet, body movement registration, heart rate sensor, 144 RGB LEDs, active speakers and haptic feedback to create this experience!

    This project is a graduation project by Christiaan Ribbens and Patrick Kersten, a Game Design & Development and Interaction Design students at Utrecht School of the Arts.

    For more information: wearablegames.eu

    We want to thank the following people:

    Fashion Designer: Marina Toeters
    Fashion Designer: Melissa Petersen-Bonvie
    Audio Designer: Arne Hofer
    Supervisor: Marinka Copier

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