International Journal of Life Science and Engineering
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International Journal of Life Science and Engineering, Vol.1, No.2, May 2015, Pub. Date: Apr. 2, 2015
Digital Jewelry: Components and Workability
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[01] Ojo Abosede Ibironke, Department of Computer Science, Ogun State Institute of Polytechnic, Igbesa, Ogun State, Nigeria.
The grouping of integrating computer devices and the increase in the power of computer has allowed several manufacturers to start manufacturing jewelry that are fashionable with embedded intelligence (Bonsor, 2015). The emergence of the digital jewelry is marking the commencement of the breaking down of personal computer and even mobile phone into tiny pieces which is called micro-devices that will soon be used by people to adorn themselves. The digital jewelry will soon eliminate the sitting down of computer on one’s desk or inside one’s bag or pocket but rather, it will be worn on the body. This paper reveals the concept and the idea behind the digital jewelry by showcasing other miniature devices that could be worn. These miniature or small devices are called wearable computers. The definitions, history, advantages, and limitation of these portable devices were mentioned. The paper also explained the different components of digital jewelry (both the internal and the external components) and how it works. Finally, Java Ring and IBM Magic decoder ring were examined as some other types of digital jewelry.
Digital Jewelry, Portable Devices, Miniatue, Wearable Computer, Java Ring
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