21/07/2016
Invisible Dust program Project Human Sensor European City of Science Manchester Air Pollution Climate Chance Rachael Yeung Wearable Tech Assistant

WTF | Wearable Tech Fashion | The Human Sensor

Our wearable tech assistant Rachael Yeung has been working on an exciting climate change project with Invisible Dust called the Human Sensor. The Human Sensor was designed by London artist Kasia Molga  who brought to her project up North to Manchester as part of the European City of Science Festival. It is a wearable cape which consists of a mask and sensors to collect the air pollution that the wearer breathes in. The concept of the Human Sensor project is […]
14/06/2016

Guest Lecture at University of Salford

I was invited to speak at the University of Salford Business School to the Digital Marketing and Information Systems Masters students who were tasked with developing digital technology products or apps to improve lives. I discussed my journey as an entrepreneur in the technology industry, my challenges, achievements, aspirations and inspirations in developing a fashionable, practical and technology driven product.  My goal in delivering my presentation was to inspire the students and to give them ideas on what they could […]
27/04/2016
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WTF | Wearable Technology Fashion| Self lighting bag

Our wearable tech assistant Rachael Yeung made her very own wearable tech self lighting bag!  Here’s how she combined fashion with tech and made it practical! Solving my problem of rummaging around in my handbag For us women, we all understand the frustrating feeling of looking for things inside our handbags but can never find them!  Especially bags that are deep so finding keys, lipsticks, pens or our phones is a nightmare! Until I discovered how to make my very own self […]
14/04/2016
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WTF | Wearable Tech Fashion | A Woman’s Review of the Apple Watch

Our wearable tech assistant Rachael Yeung, was given a Christmas gift with a fashion and tech twist, the Apple Watch.  Here’s her review a few months on… I was quite hesitant on purchasing the Apple Watch  because the lowest price point is £259 going all the way up to £13,500! But as a wearable tech enthusiast coupled with the new pretty colours for women and after using it for 4 months, I now think I would have saved up to buy one! Most people […]