Intel announces the winners of the Make It Wearable Challenge.
The Creators Project introduces Babybe, the bionic device that transmits a mother's touch to infants in incubation machines.
Nine months ago, Intel kicked off the Make It Wearable (MIW) Challenge with the goal of inspiring the next big idea in wearables. Part-competition, part-entrepreneurial mentorship program, the challenge attracted thousands of global participants...
Introducing Snowcookie, the ski-mounted wearable for winter sports training.
Introducing First V1sion, the jersey with an integrated camera and biometric sensors.
The Creators Project introduces ProGlove, the wearable "smart glove" that aims to revolutionize manufacturing.
The Creators Project introduces Wristify, the first active personal heating and cooling bracelet.
The Creators Project introduces BLOCKS, the wearable, snapable open hardware and software platform wristwatch.
The Creators Project introduces Open Bionics' Low-Cost Robotic Hand.
With the BabyGuard bionic mattress, parents can stay connected to their babies in NICU.
Watch a video on the challenge, including details about the ten finalists competing for the $500,000 prize to be awarded this November.
Winners will receive a grand prize of $500,000, mentorship and incubation involving Lean Startup education from UC Berkeley, and a personal story featured online.