Gadgets, Technology

This guy keeps himself connected to wearables 24*7: Chris Dancy, the most connected human on earth

It wasn’t a long time ago when being connected to science and technology was just limited to science fictions. But now his has become a reality.

When Google Glass was launched in 2013, everyone wanted their hands-on to that gadget. It enabled a new type of augmented reality where people can virtually see details and content in their field of view. Well, that was just a start of for-consumer-wearables.

Chris Dancy – a Greater Denver, US based tech addict tells you how future of wearable devices will affect an average human’s life. He is the world’s most connect guy.

Chris is quantifying every moment of every day in his life from past few years. He knows the number of steps he travels every day, his average heart-rate in a given period of time and even the quality of sleep he catches every night.

Known as the most connected man on earth, Chris is connected with a variety of wearable tech devices like fitness wristband tracker Fitbit and the Pebble smartwatch. He even sleeps on a digital mattress to track his sleep.

40 years old Chris utilizes over 300 sensors and systems to track, analyze, and optimize real-time data about his life in as many areas of his existence as he can think of. This quantification enables him to see the connections of otherwise invisible data, resulting in dramatic upgrades to his health, productivity, and quality of life.

Tech companies around the world are making every effort to integrate such technologies into products. According to a recent report released by Accenture, people from around the world want to own wearable technology.

The survey was done among more than 6,000 people in six countries – Australia, Canada, India, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The survey found that Indians are most interested in buying wearable technologies and are willing to buy some kind of wearable tech. 80% of Indians were most interested in buying fitness monitors for tracking physical activity and managing their personal health

From smart-brushes to smart-watches such technologies are here to make our lives easy and better. Such technologies are here to stay.

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