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Wearables don’t have to be terrible – Using natural input methods

Published: 25th February 2016

Demand for wearable technology has grown in recent years with no signs of slowing down. According to one Gartner report, the wearable tech market will grow by 39 percent by 2017, with nearly 322 million devices expected to be sold.
Despite this, limited data input methods continue to hinder the widespread adoption of wearable tech. Since most wearable devices are too small to feature a keyboard, users are struggling to efficiently complete simple tasks, including composing messages or capturing notes.
The implementation of natural input methods, such as voice and handwriting recognition, may soon change that. By providing users with a more intuitive way to create or access information, handwriting and voice recognition will in turn enable better human-machine interaction.

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