This could be very cool! The Age of Wearatronics (posted on medGadget, August 3, 2012)
Wearable electronics, Google glasses, augmented reality contacts, RFID chips and circuit boards embedded in our bodies… Kinda changes the scope of operations for a mobile digital library, doesn’t it?
Here’s the Bloomberg video that’s embedded in the medGadget article:
There’s a line in this video that bothers me. The interviewer, Sheila Dharmarajan, asks if having circuits that can monitor you installed in your skin isn’t all a bit Big Brother. The interviewee, John Rogers, an engineering professor at the University of Illinois, responds that most people realize that it’s really no different than carrying a Blackberry.
Yeah, except that I can put down my Blackberry and walk away from it anytime I want to.