Wearable – that is the term used for technological advances that are converted into clothing or accessories that can be worn. From purses that prevent overspending to manicures used as subway cards, there are seemingly no limits to the possibilities of “wearable” tech.
Imagine a vendor speaking with an impatient customer who’s asking for a size 10 shoe that’s not found on the shelves. Rushing to the stockroom with blood pumping from exertion, carrying a cell phone in one hand and a scanner in the other. What’s the likelihood that salesperson WON’T drop one of those juggled devices?