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Hello, Vinnie. This is E.G.Nadhan, HP Distinguished Technologist.

Wearable devices continue to intrigue me and the list you provide here is no exception. You have covered a wide spectrum of applications of this technology that makes one realize that the possibilities are endless.

Your post takes me back to a profound message that my grandfather shared with us many years back -- "Your attire defines your behavior". Based on these words of wisdom, I wrote a post that projects how such wearable devices could define the behavior and life-style of my future grandson in combination with another innovation stream -- flexible displays. http://bit.ly/IDXzrd

Please feel free to check my post out http://bit.ly/IDXzrd. I am sure there are several ways to extend this post introducing the application of the devices you list here.

Thank you, by the way, for acknowledging and retweeting my Father's Day post on sustaining the Enterprise Architecture http://bit.ly/Ks0b1v.

Twitter: @NadhanAtHP

vinnie mirchandani

Thanks - there are several more sophisticated apps in firefighting, aviation safety and other areas which require free limbs that I had cataloged in my 2010 book The New Polymath

Onlne Web Zone

I really wana thank you for providing such informative and qualitative material so often.


Hello, Vinnie. This is E.G.Nadhan, HP Distinguished Technologist.

A conversation with a co-worker of mine who had multiple acquaintances and family members dealing with Alzheimer's disease reminded me of your post. When I read it again, I could not help wondering about the possibilites opened up by their application in real life. I have shared my thoughts in this post on how they could be applied: http://bit.ly/O9u3fX.

It also prompted me to take a step back and wonder about the end goal of all these technologies. It is really to deliver on the outcomes that matter to people we care about.

Please feel free to check my post out and thank you for continuing to share such wonderful innovative devices that improve the lives of the human population at large.

Twitter: @NadhanAtHP

Bryan adams

Post very nicely written. I am happy to find your distinguished way of writing the post. Now you make it easy for me to understand and implement. Thanks for sharing with us

Justin Jones

Your list gives me many creational ideas that I can perhaps use on my web tender too.

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