April 21, IT World Canada: Three years after the term was first introduced, wearable technology is already changing the face of sports, according to the U.S. Olympic Committee’s senior technologist – but if the developers behind this still-nascent field wish to remain on top, they cannot forget the human element, he said.

Mounir Zok shared his insights during a presentation about the impact wearable technology is having on competitive sports by measuring athletic performance in skiing, biking, running, boxing, and even gymnastics, at the 2016 Canadian Printable, Flexible, Wearable Electronics Symposium (CPES2016) on April 20.

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