Polyera, a leading flexible electronics company, revealed the hardware and software specifications of the Wove Band and a program for artists, developers and designers to begin working with prototypes in December.
The Wove Band is a wearable device with a flexible display roughly five times the surface of a smartwatch.
Wove’s Android-based OS runs compositions, which are like apps, but made for wearing. Wove offers three ways to make compositions: a Java SDK for those familiar with Android development, a Web SDK for those familiar with HTML5/CSS3/JS, and a graphics tool for those familiar with image editing and graphic creation. With Wove’s creation tools, a wide range of people can make compositions that combine aesthetics and utility in entirely new ways.
Leading app and service partners from a range of categories are currently building compositions for Wove. In addition, a limited number of Wove 0.1 prototypes will be given to a select group of artists, developers and designers, beginning in December.
Starting today, those interested in exploring Wove’s potential can apply on Wove.com. Wove will launch commercially in 2016.
Polyera is a flexible electronics company. Since 2005, Polyera has been on a mission to bring nextgeneration flexible electronics to the world. Polyera has developed deep and unique expertise spanning science, engineering, and design focused on flexible electronics. Polyera Digital Fabric Technology™ is a unique set of materials, tools, and knowhow.
designed to enable the production of flexible electronics products at scale. This platform is enabling the Wove Band, the world’s first flexible display product.
Learn more at www.polyera.com