April 25

2014 Technology Reports

Mr. Welch (5th/6th)

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by A Person


        You must admit that at least once in your life you've wanted to wear Google glass.  But why do we want to wear these wearbles so badly? Probably because we don’t know how they work. In this report you will read about the history of wearables.  For example, what the first wearable was. Next, you will read about the future of wearable tech, like what they will make next.  Finally, you will read about interesting facts. I’ll bet you didn’t know we use wearables everyday.

History of wearable technology

        This paragraph is about the “ beat the dealer” wearable. According to http://mashable.com/2014/05/13/wearable-technology-history/, one of the first wearable technologies was used in casinos. THe machine was invented to give you a better chance of winning. It was invented by the mathematics professor, Edward Thorp. The device was worn around the waist and responded by taps of the foot.  I think its weird that such a great piece of history was made in a casino.

        This paragraph is about how bluetooth was invented. According to Google, bluetooth is a wireless communication technology. Swedish inventors, in 1994 discovered a wireless way to communicate. Later in 1998 they worked with a bunch of technology companies to become a special interest group. I think its nice to know the history of something i use so often

        This paragraph is about digital hearing aids. According to http://www.asha.org/public/hearing/Digital-Hearing-Aids-Current-State-of-the-Art/, digital hearing aids were first invented in 1987. Though they were popular In the 80’s, they faded away from the market because of their battery drainage and large size. In the 90’s, a decade later, they had different styles such as BTE (behind the ear) and CIC (completely in the canal). We have come a  long way in a few decades. Im thankful for these brilliant people that invent these helpful things.

Future of Wearable Tech

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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>