CTIA WIRELESS 2006(R), the premiere event for all things wireless, today announced the product lineup for its Fashion in Motion couture-style runway show, where models will display the latest wireless devices and accessories on the market today and futuristic fashions of tomorrow. CTIA WIRELESS 2006 takes place April 5 - 7, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Companies sponsoring Fashion in Motion include: Cellstrands, Digit Wireless, Inclosia Solutions, Kodak, and Samsung Telecommunications America. Media sponsors for this year's Fashion in Motion are The Wall Street Journal and Gizmag.com.
Some of today's hottest new wireless wares featured at Fashion in Motion include:
* The latest in mobile phones from Samsung Telecommunications America, including the B300, Zx10, A900, T809, Serene, I730, P300, and B600.
* Inclosia(TM) Solutions fabrics made with the company's EXO(TM) Overmolding System, which enables designer fabrics, leathers, real woods, and real metals to be combined with plastics in a high volume injection molding process. Products include: Motorola H605 Bluetooth Headset, E-Go Lifestyle Notebook, DMOBO m900 Disney Phone and Philips Xenium 9@9E.
* Fastap Keypad Technology, from Digit Wireless enhances the functionality of any mobile device, increasing discovery, access and usage of today's applications.
* Kodak EasyShare allows picture takers to wirelessly e-mail, upload, and share pictures at thousands of public hotspots, and at home, directly from the camera.
* Cool fashion for flip phones from Cellstrands.
* Feel the physical sensation of being hugged from a distance with the Hug Shirt, a Bluetooth accessory for mobile phones from CuteCircuit.
* Track calories, steps and distance traveled all day long with the ActiHealth monitoring solution from FitSense Technology, Inc. It captures data via tiny sensors worn on footwear and automatically updates personal health records.
* The futuristic Nomad Display System from Microvision includes a retina scanner that lets you view transparent virtual images that appear to be floating in front of you, along with a belt-worn wireless computer.
* An innovative ruby and gold pendant called "Butterfly Perfume" from Sensory Design & Technology Ltd (University of the Arts London) incorporates body sensors and microfluidics to deliver a fragrance that coincides with the mood of the wearer.