May 12, 2014

2014 Technology Reports

Mr. Welch (5th/6th)

Wearable Wonders

by: Donut Girl


         Wearable wonders! What a great thing to have in our lives! Wearable technology could some day change the future. Have you ever wondered about wearable technology? Read this amazing report to find out more about wearable technology than you already do. You will read about how wearable technology can be harmful.  For example, you  would be surprised at how much people spend their time on wearable technology. Next, you will read about how some wearable technology can be helpful. You would be amazed that a type of wearable can actually help the blind read!  Finally, you will read about other interesting facts. I’ll bet you didn’t know that google glass is a headwear type of wearable that can be used for communication!

Harmful

        Are wearables safe? Can they harm human health? Read this paragraph to find out.  This website has information about this question: http://techpageone.dell.com/technology/wearable-techs-hidden-dangers-safe/#.U3z_7JRdU1c Wearable technology is getting very popular, but there is only one question, is it safe? Some wearables such as google glass could go against smartphones someday, but will it be a good thing? People around the world check their smartphones one hundred fifty times a day. Unfortunately, people check there wearables more than 150 times a day, meaning wearables can be very harmful.

        

Have you ever heard a wearable that can harm human behavior? According to http://gigaom.com/2013/06/15/with-wearable-tech-like-google-glass-human-behavior-is-now-a-design-problem/ , [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about some wearables aren’t working like it is supposed to. This amazing website gives an answer to this question, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

Helpful

        This paragraph is about how google glass can help firefighters, etc get to emergencies. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        Want to know about an amazing wearable that can save peoples’ lives? It is a tiny gadget that can help the blind read! According to this awesome website, http://news.yahoo.com/video-awesome-tiny-wearable-gadget-could-help-blind-041542876.html ,a wearable gadget called the Finger Reader can help the bling read text in any book instead of using braille. I think this is very interesting because those who are blind don’t have to use braille. It is also pretty small which is really cool because you don’t have to drag a big honkin thing with you. I really think this wearable could be very helpful for those who cannot see. Wearables can change the world.

        

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Interesting Facts

        This paragraph is about a type of wearable that is called google glass. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

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Works Cited

Last, First. “Title.” http://www.website.com Web.

Last name, First name. "Article Title." Website Title. Publisher of Website, Day Month Year article was published. Web. Day Month Year article was accessed. <URL>.

Example:

Cain, Kevin. "The Negative Effects of Facebook on Communication." Social Media Today RSS N.p., 29 June 2012. Web. 02 Jan. 2013. <http://www.website.com/folder/subfolder/file.html>