Mike Rolfes of Lux Research directs the audience’s attention away from smart glasses with help from leaders at Leidos, Caterpillar, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, GE, and Rogers-O’Brien Construction. Body- and wrist-worn wearables are being applied to collect data and push immediate feedback. In healthcare, wearable data is used to learn more about patients and improve care. In other workplaces, the data helps identify hazards and keep employees safe. Body wearables can also increase productivity—safer workers certainly get more work done, exoskeletons assist with strenuous tasks, and body cameras can record work progress.