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CES 2015 Tech Talk: Trends in wearable tech explored

The Stuff team discuss what they learned from the mountains of wearable weirdness announced at this year's tech fest

All last week, Stuff was running interviews and discussions on the International News Stage at CES 2015, the biggest and craziest technology show in the world.

When we boarded flight number VS43 to Las Vegas’ McCarran airport, little did we know that we were jetting out to see a belt that mechanically loosens itself when your belly pushes against it as you sit down. If we had, we would have been even more excited.

Here Tom Parsons, Stephen Graves, Mark Wilson and Will Findlater discuss what CES 2015 suggests about the future of wearable tech, whether it’s new ways of quantifying ourselves, new VR experiences to get lost in or new ways to ensure we remain comfortable as we gorge on 34oz Vegas steaks.

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Will is a contributing editor and ex-Editor-in-Chief of Stuff. He's been here a while: since 2004, in fact. Things have changed a fair bit since then, although he still gets ribbed for his ongoing respect for 'pioneering' Windows Mobile PDAs. He lives in hope that a new gadget will some day emerge that excites him as much as his Amiga did when he was nine. (The iPhone came pretty close.)