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The Science Of ... Wearable Technology

Photo: Google Glass.

Ray White speaks to Quantifi CEO, Nick Cooke who explains the science of wearable technology.

How do technologies wearable technologies improve your life? From nutrition to monitoring your steps daily and measuring oxygen levels, all using a wrist band connected to your cellphone!


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