Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Smart Wearable Devices—Taking Virtual Reality to a Whole New Level

Smart electronic devices or gadgets have taken over the electronic market by storm. The introduction of various types of devices such as smart phones, tablets, watches and cameras have boosted the smart wearable devices market. The next generation devices have gained popularity worldwide due to several factors such as, they are more convenient, more reliable and the overall quality is high. Currently, the smart wearable devices industry is at a nascent stage. However, it is staring at a bright future as technology advancements have refined electronic devices over the last decade. The growth of the gaming and the entertainment industry has also encouraged leading manufacturers, namely, Samsung and Apple to develop new smart wearable devices.

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In 2016, cutting-edge technology such as virtual reality and augmented reality have gained a lot of popularity. There has been a significant growth in virtual reality content in the gaming industry. This has enhanced the overall gaming experience of gamers worldwide. An overwhelming demand for 360 degree cameras has further fueled the adoption of VR. Virtual reality has been a huge success and the trend is here to stay. Intel introduced a virtual reality headset “Project Alloy” that has a new concept incorporated known as merged reality. Customers can experience virtual reality using their own hands instead of wearing headset cords and controllers.


At Gitex Shopper, Middle East’s largest consumer IT and electronic show, leading market players showcased their innovative products such as smart wearable devices, smartphones, tablets, cameras and 3D printers. The virtual reality section pulled in a large audience. Mr. Purushotham, head, marketing, IT & mobile division claimed that Samsung has played a pivotal role in bringing the virtual reality technology to the consumer market with its Gear VR. The company will continue to work on the technology and try to bring innovations. The introduction of the latest smart wearable devices such as Gear VR and Gear 360, the company has encouraged virtual reality content from the consumers.


Teva, a pharmaceutical firm based in Israel will join hands with technological giants Intel to deal with Huntington’s disease with a new wearable device. The disease is an inherited neurodegenerative disorder that gradually kills brain cells. The aim of the partnership is to develop a smartwatch which monitors the movements and activities of the user. The data will be sent to Intel’s cloud based platform which will assist in analyzing the symptoms and help in treating the disorder. Today, its symptoms are monitored or analyzed only when the patient is physically present in front of the doctor. Continuous monitoring of the existing symptoms is not possible which may affect the health of the patient. However, this problem can be tackled effectively with the new wearable device that is under development.  The new product could potentially open the doors for new treatments and help the pharmaceutical industry to progress.

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