Preventing injuries amongst runners with WWP

Preventing injuries amongst runners with WWP

The Client Walk With Path (WWP) are a UK health-tech start-up who have developed assistive solutions to prevent falls for the elderly and people with Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, neuropathy or who have suffered from a stroke. Their existing product range aims to...

10 Wearable tech predictions for 2016

The Apple Watch will be success In 2015 it became hard to leave the house without being buried under a wave of claims and counterclaims about the success – or otherwise – of the Apple Watch, while Apple kept wisely / suspiciously (delete according to your...

Get hit in Virtual Reality thanks to impacto

Getting punched is no fun. But if, for some strange reason, you want to experience more of it, then your luck is in: the Human-Computer Interaction lab at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany has created impacto, a device that recreates the experience of being hit...

Hearable technology – or why the ear is the new wrist

Picture your average tech-friendly jogger: they’ve got the latest running shoes, an Apple Watch or Fitbit Surge to measure heart rate and music pumping out of their iPhone via earbuds or Beats headphones. A quick question: where’s the technological weak link here? If...