Wearable devices began to become more popular this year, especially with the launch of Apple Watch, one of the devices responsible for the popularity of smart watches.It is precisely by the fame of these gadgets that more companies began to produce smart watches and bracelets.But this is still not considered good in some places, such as in schools and universities.
Some information has already emerged indicating that universities around the world have begun banning the use of smart clocks in the classroom.In a way, students can use the device to search for information from the internet and thus use as glue.
According to information from The Wall Street Journal, now Kyoto University in Japan has said it will ban the use of smart watches on test days.In reality, it is forbidden to use any watch, as more and more companies produce female wristwatches that look less futuristic and can be analog.
It may seem rather old-fashioned, but as already mentioned, Kyoto University is not the only one around the world to carry out the ban.It is likely that in some countries style devices will begin to be banned even in transit.
Recently an Australian university also banned the use of the handsets during the tests, students should keep their wrists free.Anyway, those who actually use analog clocks do not have to worry, since normally the rooms have a clock on the wall.