IoT Wearables

A Reprint from The Java Source Blog

By Tori Wieldt on Aug 20, 2014

Wearables are a subset of the Internet of Things that has gained a lot of attention. Wearables can monitor your infant's heartrate, open your front door, or warn you when someone's trying to hack your enterprise network. From Devoxx UK to Oracle OpenWorld to Devoxx4kids, everyone seems to be doing something with wearables. 

In this video, John McLear introduces the NFC Ring. It can be used to unlock doors, mobile phones, transfer information and link people. The software for developers is open source, so get coding!

If you are coming to JavaOne or Oracle OpenWorld, join us for Dress Code 2.0, a wearables meetup. Put on your best wearables gear and come hang out with the Oracle Applications User Experience team and friends at the OTN Lounge. We'll discuss the finer points of use cases, APIs, integrations, UX design, and fashion and style considerations for wearable tech development. There will be gifts for attendees sporting wearable tech, while supplies last.

What: Dress Code 2.0: A Wearables Meetup

When: Tuesday, 30-September-2014, 4-6 PM

Where: OTN Lounge at Oracle OpenWorld

IoT - Wearable Resources

The IoT Community on

Wearables in the World of Enterprise Applications? Yep.

The Paradox of Wearable Technologies

Conference: Wearable Sensors and Electronics (Santa Clara, USA)

Devoxx4Kids Workshop for Youth: Wearable tech! (Mountain View, USA)


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