Wearable technology (also called wearable gadgets) is the technology, which provides the cordless communication with the computer, allowing one to interact with an environment, perceiving signals, processing information and launching responses.
The means, which help to communicate are routers, smart clothing, watches, and other accessories.
Wearable technology provides unusual properties for clothes, like tracking information related to health and fitness.
Such clothes can, for example, either collect data and automatically transmit it wirelessly to an external computer, or process independently, and react to the results of calculations without user intervention.
Smart clothes can be equipped with:
In addition, other electronic devices, such as players, GPS systems, etc. can be built into "smart" clothing.
Data from the sensors go through the primary processing with electronics, sewn into the clothes, and then in many cases are transferred to a smartphone or other external device, where they are analysed by mobile applications.