Wiring the Fashion Trend of the Future NASA

Looking for the ultimate accessory? Someday, you might be able to wear your computer. JPL engineer Ann Devereaux is hard at work developing the Wearable Augmented Reality Prototype (Warp), a personal communication device. The voice- activated wearable computer allows easy, real-time access to voice communication, pictures, video, people and technical reports. “It’s kind of like having your computer with you all the time,” said Devereaux. For astronauts, laptops are popular in space due to their portability. The wearable computer goes one step further by performing similar functions while being lighter and less complex, leaving the wearer hands-free to do other tasks. This means convenient communication and access to information while working in spaces like the International Space Station.