Top 5 of the best objects smart health connected to the Wearable Tech Show Best smart health innovation

This year, the Wearable Tech Show 2015 brought us new things in the large family of smart health connected objects. We have selected for you the top 5 of the best smart health connected objects presented at the Wearable TS at the London ExCel show.

Atlas launches its smart health connected bracelet

We have selected for you the top 5 of the best connected objects presented at the Wearable Tech Show at the London ExCel show.

Atlas launches a smart health connected bracelet for sport which automatically detects when the user is active. One of the peculiarities of this bracelet compared to the others is thatit adapts to all sports. But not only, it automatically captures which sport is practiced among a hundred including swimming, cycling, athletics … It also has a optical sensor to calculate your heart rate. Atlas has developed its own applications, but can also upload its information in applications specifically dedicated to sport.

The bracelet can be pre-ordered on the Atlas website for around £ 165 or € 234.

Teiimo iilation Jacket, the smart jacket

We have selected for you the top 5 of the best connected objects presented at the Wearable Tech Show at the London ExCel show.

Teiimo iilation Jacket is a German smart leather jacket. She allows to heat certain areas of the body such as the back, shoulders, neck and kidneys. But that's not all, the jacket connects via Bluetooth to your smartphone and has a microphone and two small speakers to allow you to make calls but also listen to music thanks to its hands-free kit integrated into the collar of the jacket. You can also charge your phone by inserting it into a USB port located in the pocket. The jacket is easily recharged thanks to the two batteries supplied in the pack.

You can pre-order your jacket directly from the official website, prices vary between € 2,690 and € 4,350 depending on the model and size chosen.

V1bes: The stress detector ring

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V1bes is a Finnish Startup who created a smart health smart health connected object capable of capturing stress and end it. The ring fits easily on the finger and is not very bulky to be able to be carried everywhere. It detects three types of stress, that of the heart, your body and the environment around you. The user can even put the ring on his forehead to more accurately detect brain waves.

The bracelet is already for pre-order on the Indiegogo site, the startup should launch its product by September priced at $ 199 or 188 €.

Interaxon’s Muse Brain Sensing Headband, for your brain

We have selected for you the top 5 of the best connected objects presented at the Wearable Tech Show at the London ExCel show.

This banner created by Interaxon would allow relax the brain. Users will be able to exercise their mind to improve their attention, identify distractions and thus react faster to regain their full attention.

The headband is already available in the UK on Amazon priced at £ 238 or € 337. It requires the use of an application on iOS or Android to be functional.

Burg Smartwatch by Hermen Van Den Burg

We have selected for you the top 5 of the best connected objects presented at the Wearable Tech Show at the London ExCel show.

Hermen Van Den Burg also create his own smart health connected watch. This will allow users to use their watch without the need to connect to their smartphone. The standalone functions of the Burg watch extend to the calendar, calculator, MP3 / MP4 player, radio and also access to a camera to be able to take, watch and send pictures directly from the watch .

The smartwatch is available now on Walmart for $ 199 or 187 €

source / photo credit: Barbara Prose

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