Welcome to WearComp Wiki
The wiki about Wearable Computing that anyone can edit.

46 articles since September 2008

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Building Wearable Computers

Currently most wearable computers are custom-built by enthusiasts, as commercial wearable computers are generally special-purpose and extremely expensive. This wiki is still quite new, so much of it hasn't been built yet. Sorry for all the red links, fill in what you can and be patient.

To document some wearable technology that is not yet documented, please visit template bonanza first to see if there is an appropriate template for your device, then create the page by simply typing an appropriate name into the search box on the left, and clicking one of the "create this page" links.


What's new on WearComp Wiki

2009-01-12 - Wiki Changes

A message from the new benevolent dictator, GregorR. I'll be updating the wiki in various ways, first and foremost to use templates to make adding information about rigs and such better. I'll be making a lot of changes, I hope more good than bad :)

2009-01-12 - Change of Wiki Leadership

Please welcome our new administrator, GregorR, who will be taking over as leader of the Wearable Computing Wiki. I have transferred sysop rights to him as I feel he has much more enthusiasm than myself, which is great for the WearComp community.

2008-09-16 - Welcome

Hello all!

This site is an attempt to unify the wearable computing community and prevent its attrition by being an up to date source of news and knowledge. It's still VERY MUCH in its alpha stages, so anything you can contribute is welcomed.

Please note, whenever possible please link to your sources. Even if you don't bother to reference properly, please make sure the link is there so that someone else can.

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