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Wearables Bearable in the Warm California Sun

Some of the most innovative startups as well as thought leaders from across the world of connected technology will gather at The Future of Wearables event on the 1-2 December 2015 in Santa Clara, California.

The two-day show has a dedicated conference track with major keynotes, panel discussions and the latest research on wearables and IOT. Keynote speakers include Stan Kinsey, President of Martian Watches, Ariel Garten, founder of Muse and John Dargan, CEO of the smart textiles pioneer, Clothing+.

More than 35 speakers will take part in the conference, looking at innovative textiles, augmented and virtual reality, wearables in the enterprise and a promised ‘host’ of other topics.

In the expo hall, the event has gathered together some of the most innovative start ups and prototypes for wearable technology, e.g. Feel, an ‘emotion tracker’ and Blumio, claimed to be the world’s first cuffless blood pressure monitor.

“We are delighted to be bringing The Future of Wearables to Santa Clara and showcasing some of the best speakers and companies that the industry has to offer,” said John Weir, Event Director for organiser, Evolve Media Group says. “This should be a very informative and entertaining couple of days.”

Picture:    The Future of Wearables show heads to Santa California next month - Oh and a cheeky YouTube Video

Article written by Robin Snow

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