From Wearable IV Systems to Activity-Tracking Goggles

 - Nov 12, 2017
As illustrated by the top November 2017 wearable tech ideas, wearables have evolved into much more than just devices for tracking one's overall health and fitness. There are now countless designs for hyper-specific purposes, such as smartwatches for divers and smart glasses for children with autism.

For the body, there are now also air purifiers that can be worn directly around the neck, wearable IV systems and mobility-enhancing clothing concepts that aim to cut down on muscle strain.

When it comes to entertainment, there are also a number of wearables like color-changing temporary tattoos and devices that are meant to be worn on cruise ships and at theme parks to make one's experience more personalized, as well as more convenient.