Moving forward a few years, we now have watches and bracelets from Apple, Intel, Samsung, Huawei, Sony and Tag Heuer, to name a few; but now in 2016 wearable technology encapsulates more than just watches. Fitbit, Nike, Moov, Polar and other sporting brands have all released sports and fitness-orientated wearables, aiming to keep track of how much exercise you have done for the day, what your sleeping patterns are like and just how many calories you are burning. On the other hand, companies like Wearable Experiments have taken this concept one step further. Rather than a band or watch, Wearable Experiments have released yoga tights with wireless sensors designed to detect your movement and withits connected app the tights serve as a personal coach for the user. Even more personalized is the bra by MAS which aims to improve the user's fitness performance through sensors which monitor the vitals of the wearer.At the Consumer Electronics Show this year, several companies showcased wearable technology not just for humans, but for their furry companions. Using similar concepts, Wonder Woof attaches to your dog's collar and keeps track of its steps to inform you of how active your dog has been. The features even include the ability to notify the pet owner if the activity is adequate based on the dog's age, size and breed. Another product, PawsCam, has a slightly different aim with its built-in camera. The device attaches to your pet's collar and when movement is detected, PawsCam begins recording video. Once your pet is within range of wireless internet, the device begins syncing to iCloud for your viewing pleasure at a later date.