The Internet of Things aims to improve and empower our life; and this also and above all through the wearables, where we “wear” the intelligent electronic part.
A typical example are the hi-tech devices with which we monitor our daily physical activity, heart rate and many other useful information for our health. But IoT goes much further.
The gesture- and voice-controlled wearable technology is the next step in the evolution of human-computer interaction and has the potential to free users from tedious interface methods like mouse and keyboards through natural user interfaces.
Natural interfaces par excellence are gestures and voice; this is the most natural way for men to interact with machines. This opens the use of digital to many more people and enables new business models.