EL ANDROIDE LIBRE - Jun 14 - Fujitsu has launched a wearable that measures the temperature, humidity and biological rhythm of the user to detect the times when the user is at risk of falling victim to heat stroke.
IT WORLD - May 12 - The prototype can be linked to a mobile device or a camera mounted on the glasses. When linked to a smartphone, users can see webpages or other online information right on their retina. When linked to the camera, they can see what’s directly in front of them, which can be useful for people with vision loss, blurry vision, or other vision defects.
IBTIMES - Apr 30 - This is how Microsoft's Joseph Sirosh succinctly explained a system which leverages cloud computing, wearable technology and the IoT to help farmers accurately predict the best time to get their cows pregnant. A system called Gyujo was developed by Fujitsu and uses a pedometer strapped to the leg of the cow to help figure out exactly when is the best time to inseminate a cow if you want a male or female calf.