What we’ve learned from Wearable Technology Show, London

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So, we are back at base after a great Wearable Technology Show 2017. We were fortunate enough to meet a huge range of interesting people looking to take good ideas to market. We also had really interesting discussion with many thought leaders, suppliers and long term collaborators at the show, whose insight and vision are so important in the shaping of … Read More

Our First Day at the Wearable Tech Show

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We are looking forward to another day at the Wearable Technology Show #WTS2017. Day one was very busy at the NDP stand, where there seems no shortage of appetite for ideas and innovation in the Wearables space. Stefan Chmelik was at the stand doing press work around the new Sensate product NDP have developed. We are giving away three of … Read More

Wearables London Pre-WTS2017 Meetup

So in the build up to the Wearable Tech Show at ExCel today, we hooked up with Wearables London and FashNerd for a pre-show event organised by Carl Thomas of Audiowings. Random location aside, James Hayward of IDTechEx put forward a well justified reality check on the Wearable Tech industry. It was great to hear that the Wearables market is … Read More

Three Must See Wearables for #WTS2017

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NDP are of course going to be storming the Wearable Technology Show this year, talking to people about how we love to create amazing, user driven wearables, but who else is there to see at this years show? Our CEO Jacob Skinner gives us a heads up on the innovative and interesting Product Companies who are showcasing their exciting wearables. … Read More

New office in London for NDP!

Founded in Brighton in 2015, Nine Degree Products is growing rapidly and it gives us great satisfaction to announce today that we have set up our second location in London. Situated at the gateway to Tech City, we have opened an innovation, prototyping and small batch production space in Cambridge Heath, London. Wearable technology is entering an exciting new era, where … Read More

In-Ear Wearable Innovations

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From the Bragi Dash wireless pods to the smart earrings from Ear-o-Smart, wearable tech is taking on a new area of the body— the ear. Instead of smartwatches and fitness bands, some clever makers are discovering how to track activity, calories burned, heart rate, and other functions with some miniscule devices about the size of a hearing aid or a … Read More

The Promise of Meditation Wearables

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A survey conducted by Bupa revealed that 44 percent of people in the United Kingdom suffer from high levels of stress. Long-term stress can build up, paving the way to depression and chronic anxiety. To alleviate this kind of stress, some people turn to meditation as a way to relax, calm their nerves, and bring peace to their lives. Recently, … Read More

New Wearable Technology collaboration at NDP

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Nine Degree Products are very excited to announce a new collaboration with upcoming wearable technology startup Ignius Ltd. Ignius is developing a low cost, reliable and robust safety solution for vulnerable individuals especially women. NDP will be helping Ignius innovate and roll out their ambitious product development and eco-system deployment plans. The technology has wide ranging social benefit and aligns perfectly with … Read More

Make Your Own Kind Of Music (with BioFeedback!)

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Back in the day I remember being in amazement and wonder when Final Scratch and subsequently Sarato was released to the post rave generation. These were amazing innovations that punctuated the beginning of the century and marked the beginning of mainstream adoption of digital music, allowing the use of analogue record decks to mix digital audio tracks live! In this … Read More

How Can Technology Revolutionise Jewellery?

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In the olden days, jewellery had a meaning beyond its beautiful shape and form. For the nobility, it was a tangible representation of wealth— a way of carrying their assets with them in a wearable shape. The imprint of a ring pressed into a dab of wax formed a seal, a unique signature that carried its own kind of power. … Read More