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2000/4/1-10 Cyber gear, part of wearable computer, 'Xybernaut Mobile Assistant IV', plastic / paper. Xybernaut Corporation, Virginia, United States of America, 1999. Click to enlarge.

Cyber gear for the 'Xybernaut Mobile Assistant IV' wearable computer

Designed
Vest, black nylon mesh with plastic clips
Belt, black nylon mesh
2 pouches, black nylon mesh
Cable sleeve/tidy, black nylon mesh
2 part sleeve of black nylon mesh for belt mounting [CPU]

Summary

Object No.

2000/4/1-10

Object Statement

Cyber gear, part of wearable computer, 'Xybernaut Mobile Assistant IV', plastic / paper. Xybernaut Corporation, Virginia, United States of America, 1999

Physical Description

Vest, black nylon mesh with plastic clips
Belt, black nylon mesh
2 pouches, black nylon mesh
Cable sleeve/tidy, black nylon mesh
2 part sleeve of black nylon mesh for belt mounting [CPU]

Cite this Object

Harvard

Cyber gear for the 'Xybernaut Mobile Assistant IV' wearable computer 2023, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 January 2023, <https://ma.as/8846>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/8846 |title=Cyber gear for the 'Xybernaut Mobile Assistant IV' wearable computer |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=27 January 2023 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}