- A suit made of a fabric could protect him from extreme heat (and light enough so it wouldn’t hold him or her down while doing his job and adapt to changing temperatures)
- Sensors that would let him see where people were - if under rubble or hidden during a fire (something in glasses maybe? or contact lenses?)
- Build a virtual dashboard in a motorcycle helmet that someone could use voice commands to manage. It could show a 360 view of what's around the driver and possibly let him know of traffic that is a little too close for comfort and a threat.
- Imagine putting on a medical gown and it scanned your body for symptoms before the doctor arrived to examine you? Talk about making the process easy.
- Or wearing glasses that could refactor anyone's vision to 20/15 immediately after a quick eye scan?
- Prosthetics that could help someone experience touch in a missing limb. I’m not sure how this would link to the brain, but it could have sensors that mirror feeling. (This may exist today…I would need to confirm)
- Exercise clothes that regulate your body temperature (great for hot or cold climates) and prevent sweat in the cold so you don't get hypothermia. This is for more extreme sports, but could be amazingly useful for fitness and other uses (like first responders).
- Shoes that track the steps you take. Rather than the fitbit tracking what you do with movement (and if you speak with hand gestures, you can be in trouble and “walk" much further), track where you step - in your feet. Imagine fitness shoes coming with a tracking device to track your movements and strength? I'd sometimes like to know how much force I use when I work out.
- Heaset/earrings combo. I'd love this! I wear earrings almost every day. It would make life easier if I could touch my earrings and accept a call. So convenient! This could extend to necklaces as well to be like the LG headset. (And yes, this kinda puts me in the curiosity camp...I think...)