Wearable electronics refers to electronics embedded in wearables, such as accessories and clothing. Wearable electronics are equipped with miniaturized devices such as microchips and sensors, which provide them the capability to compute like cell phones and laptops. The electronic devices embedded in wearables collet data and track activities, allowing wearers access to information in real time. Wearable devices such as Google glasses, smart bands, smart watches, and smart clothing monitor real-time fitness, heart rate, sleep statistics, calories, and provide valuable insights on health. One of the important aspects of wearable technology is the ability to provide its users hands-free access to electronics and computers. Some wearable devices, such as smartwatches, have the capability to call, send and receive text messages, and receive notifications.