For wearables to catch on, designers need to consider how they will affect the people who use them.
By T. Grant Leffingwell
Jins Meme smart glasses were one of many wearables on display at CES.
If the 2015 CES consumer technology show is any indication, wearable computing has entered the mainstream. Wearables aren’t just for wrists anymore. The hottest buzz at CES surrounded gadgets that track us from head to toe, from things like headbands that measure brain waves to slippers that stimulate blood circulation.
Yet for all this consumer demand, the year didn’t start off well for wearables...