The internet of things (IoT) is only in its infancy, and it is already raising the bar for what consumers expect from their media experience. IoT promises unprecedented levels of personalization, easy access to content, and technology that enables unique, immersive experiences beyond what has been offered before. In fact, as suggested in the EY […]
It’s clear that fans feel a real connection to their sports teams. What if a wearable device could celebrate that connection? One company, Wearable Experiments (We:eX), has created a new wearable just in time for the 2016 Euro Cup, the Football Fan Shirt. It’s embedded with haptic technology that connects fans in real-time to action in the […]
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