From tiredness-detecting driving glasses to shin guards that judge the performance of footballers — we’ve come a long way since the early days of the pulse-measuring smartwatch.
Some of the very latest innovations in the burgeoning wearable tech sector were on display this week at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show — offering improved ways to get online and keep on top of health issues.
The eyes have it.
Smart glasses at CES sought to offer solutions to a variety of problems.
French startup Ellcie Healthy displayed its optical frames offering drowsiness alerts for drivers, and can also help detect falls in elderly people.