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The thinkWearable Research Group

The thinkWearable project is the result of a graduate course taught by professor Zary Segall at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. The research group consists of faculty and PhD students at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm School of Economics and Stockholm University. Industrial and graphic design was produced by Cecilia and Nikolaus Frank at frank etc.

You are invited to thinkWearable. Join us!

We are inviting you to explore the future of mobility through the added dimensions of wearable computing research and design. Our aspiration is to develop concepts and wearable artifacts that are able to proactively serve the user by taking clues from the human body, human emotions and human situations. Those human aware artifacts are likely be an essential part of the world of future mobility, health care, and fashion.


Recent Exhibition : Tekniska Museet, Stockholm, June 12th-19th. Presenting our concepts and demonstrating our two research projects; "the aWare messenger" and "the magicHat". bookspace

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Future Mobility Exhibition!

 Tekniska Museet, Stockholm - June 12th-19th.

spaceaWare messenger

The aWare concept uses “human awareness” to address communication challenges between people that are physically apart.
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The magicHat is based on the concept of exploring the mobile interaction/annotation of physical and social spaces.
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