Manchester City and Cisco Announce The Connected Scarf #WearableWednesday
Six Manchester City fans have been selected to test out The Connected Scarf, which aims to bring fans together and help them connect in new tech ways
Using an EmotiBit bio sensor sitting discreetly on the neck, The Connected Scarf captures the body’s bio-signals throughout the match and allows us to shape more curated, customized experiences in the future.
The scarf records a range of physiological measures, including heart rate, body temperature, and emotional arousal – giving us concrete information to analyze how fans are feeling at different moments in the match.
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