Picture this, your alarm wakes you up in the morning and tells your thermostat to turn up the heat and your coffee maker to start brewing. You get on the scale and it tells your fitness band how close you are to your workout goal and adjusts how many steps you need to take today to be on track.
The Internet of things (IoT) refers to everyday objects that are connected to the Internet, to each other, and to you. It is an exciting prospect that will undoubtedly affect our daily lives in the next few years, making them easier and potentially healthier. But, for your fitness band to help you to stay on track to hit your fitness goals, you have to choose to put it on and wear it as a daily accessory. The exciting thing is that the fashion world is starting to get involved to make IoT not just functional, but also fashionable.