On today’s show, Amanda shares her experience at CES 2016 before interviewing two wearable tech companies reinventing the friendship bracelet.
Some Brands from CES We’re not Bullish About:
(For more, check out our video on 3 Fashion Tech companies to watch from CES 2016)
Texas-based WiseWear has come up with a bracelet that’s both stylish and smart. Listen to the podcast to learn more about what makes this piece of jewelry different and why we think partnering with style icon Iris Apfel was a brilliant decision.
San Francisco based Oura ring is differentiating itself from other smart rings on the market by focusing on sleep—something we all could use a little more of.
Other projects mentioned….
Wearable Experiments Introduces Nadi—Smart Yoga Pants
Billie Whitehouse of Wearable Experiments is at it again. This time, she’s come up with connected yoga pants that nudge you towards perfect posture via haptic feedback.
In the podcast, I reference three articles I think help shed some light on CES this year. Here they are for your reading pleasure:
On Today’s Episode
Amanda sits down with two companies at CES reimagining the friendship bracelet, both for the purpose of empowering women.
Second, Amanda’s interview with Sara Chipps, CEO and Co-Founder of Jewelbots (such an impressive and smart woman working in fashion tech ?).
Amanda is speaking on a panel on wearable tech trends at CES 2016 at We Are Wearables January 25th in Toronto.