Let’s start off with a quote and set the mood straight. Scott Popma, who is an intellectual-property lawyer, also advising companies about crowdfunding had an interesting thought:
If you type “types of backpacks” in Google, you’ll get 13 types: hiking/trekking backpacks, lightweight hiking backpacks, travel backpacks, dry pack/waterproof backpacks, packable backpacks and more. Don’t worry I’m not going to list them all. The thing is, that each of these backpacks have a specific reason: like the waterproof backpacks are designed for those times in your life when you’d want to throw your backpack into the ocean. I’m only kidding, but you get what I mean. And lets of course not forget those simple backpacks, the ones made for everyday use, the ones that have some general features, like inside pockets with zippers to keep some important stuff, large pockets on the sides for your water bottles, etc. Now, what about smart backpacks? Those have totally different purposes. One could even say that every smart traveler needs a smart backpack.
Wearable technology, which you can find referred to as wearables, fashionable technology, wearable devices, tech togs, or fashion electronics, are smart electronic devices featuring micro-controllers. You can wear them on your body as implants or accessories.
“Everyday carry” (EDC) stands for items people carry on a consistent basis to deal with the everyday needs of the modern society. As you know, backpacks are now immensely popular all over the work. How did all this start? Just read below and you’ll know.