Top 7 Wearable Technology Concepts of 2009 (Vote for the Coolest!)

by , 12/29/09   filed under: Featured, Features, Wearable Technology

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Personal Jetsons-esque jet packs not withstanding, you only need to take a gander at these brilliant examples of wearable technology for proof that the future has arrived. Although pie-in-the-sky concepts like kinetically powered music players and solar-powered beanies abounded this year, we teased out the best ideas that had working prototypes already in place. (Some, like Zegna’s solar-powered jacket and Sonic Fabric’s cassette-tape fedoras are even available for purchase.) Have an inkling of what the next big thing is likely to be? Cast your vote below!

Which is the hottest wearable-technology concept of 2009?

  • 75 Votes CO2-sniffing climate-change gown Climate Dress by Diffus
  • 65 Votes Glucose-sensing contact lenses for diabetics Color-changing contact lenses for diabetics
  • 24 Votes Playable cassette-tape fedoras Sonic Fabric Fedora
  • 23 Votes Solar-powered bag/lantern Timbuk2 FLAP Bag
  • 18 Votes Color-changing swine-flu masks Color-changing swine-flu mask
  • 16 Votes Zegna's solar-powered jacket Ecotech Solar Jacket by Zegna Sport
  • 16 Votes World's largest wearable display LED Galaxy Dress by CuteCircuit

Total Voters: 190

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3 Responses to “Top 7 Wearable Technology Concepts of 2009 (Vote for the Coolest!)”

  1. Tenny says:

    Climate change Gown gets my vote. It’s amaizing and smart design.

  2. says:

    I vote Color-changing swine-flu masks

  3. YESHA says:

    are these things available in india?

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