Wearable sensors measure bodily processes that you often don’t notice: Think heart rate, sweat, and breaths. As wearable designers make their devices nearly unnoticeable, too, the friction of wearing these sensors is disappearing.
The low-visibility wearables you’ll see in this session, like biometric skin patches and temporary tattoos, are gaining more function. Their form factor is becoming ever more inviting. With less friction, consumers are becoming more engaged – and the biometric data is pouring in quickly!