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Five-foot-ten inches is the standard size for many modern-day gadgets and clothing.

However, the new research suggests it’s not enough to just wear a suit and tie for everyday use.

For the first time, researchers have developed a wearable that can measure a person’s height and weight without the need for a smartphone.

The device was developed by researchers at the University of California, San Diego and the University at Buffalo.

“What we wanted to do was to create a device that was lightweight, wearable, and could work in any environment,” said Dr. David Dyer, lead author of the study.

The team’s wearable is the first of its kind that can be worn by people who weigh less than five feet tall.

The devices is also capable of measuring the wearer’s height in millimeters, or centimeters.

It has a battery life of six hours on one charge.

The researchers have been working on the device for a year and have been able to build a prototype of it.

The next step is to build the wearable and test it in humans, the researchers said.

“We have a prototype, but it’s still early days,” Dyer said.

The wearable uses a wearable camera that measures the wearer, and then the sensors that collect the information.

They then use a computer to analyze the information and generate a model of the wearer.

For example, if the person has a slight curvature, the device can predict how the person will react to the pressure, Dyer explained.

The wearer can also wear a pair of sunglasses to improve visibility.

The technology is currently being tested in the lab, but Dyer believes it could be scaled up for everyday usage.

“The biggest challenge is making sure that it doesn’t get too small,” he said.

For a wearable device that can scale, the team is working on a flexible version, Dyers said.

It could be worn over a pair or over a single shirt.

“It could be a jacket and it could also be worn underneath a shirt,” he added.

The prototype uses the same technology that is used in the Google Glass wearable.

The tech can also be used to track a person in the real world, Dyers said.

But the device has been designed for everyday wear.

“If you want to wear a smartphone in a public space, it would not be practical,” Dyering said.

There are a number of different wearable devices that are being developed for everyday life.

Dyer’s team is developing a new one that could be used for tracking an individual’s health and other data.

The research was published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.

This is the third study that Dyer has co-authored.

He is also a senior author of several other studies that have been published in journals such as the Journal of Medical Internet Research and Science Transference.

“These kinds of devices are really useful,” Dier said.

He added that wearable devices should not be viewed as a replacement for a phone.

“You should be using these devices for the same reason a phone is a phone,” he explained.

“Just like we have a camera, we should have a wearable to see who is around us, where are we at, and what’s going on around us.”