Best Connected Device and Wearable Tech

This category recognises the best Connected Device and Wearable Tech

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The Vision and Hearing Impaired App project - Telstra / b2cloud

Best Connected Device and Wearable Tech

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b2cloud worked with Telstra to create two world-first Google Glass apps. Designed for the visually and hearing impaired communities, the apps use groundbreaking technology to help users become more independent in their personal and professional lives. The vision-impaired app enables users to receive audio descriptions of objects in front of them and The hearing-impaired app transcribes speech for people who have hearing difficulties, allowing them to follow the conversation using Google Glass.

AFL Live for Pebble - Telstra Media Group / Outware Mobile

Best Connected Device and Wearable Tech


The AFL Live app for Pebble is a market first – a live sports app for a wearable device, providing footy fans with match day information and scores anywhere, anytime on their Pebble watch. It also features a vibrate on goal option to ensure users can be alerted when their team scores, all whilst on the go. This app leads the way for a diverse range of applications for wearable technology, with a focus on expanding the sports entertainment experience and engagement with fans.


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