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Android Wear


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Rather than build the physical smartwatch itself, the folks at Google have decided to build software to help power the hardware. The search giant calls this new technology Android Wear. While it is applicable to more than just watches, the wrist watch will be the first target for the new software. Android Wear allows you to interact with your device in a meaningful way – traffic reports on the way to work, taxi cabs within the local area, weather when you wake up in the morning, and fitness tracking among other things. Of course normal smartphone functions like music player, text messages, email, and the likes will also be controlled through Android Wear devices, all by using either your voice or the touchscreen interface. Google has already revealed that they have teamed up with some of the biggest smartphone makers in the game on the first round of wearables – brands like HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG and Asus.

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The Ring Wearable Input Device


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Ring is stuffed with smart sensors that give the wearer the ability to turn on a TV, use gesture control to type in midair, complete financial transactions, or receive incoming alerts with its built-in vibration and LED. You can also configure your own custom gestures using the companion app. It pairs with compatible Bluetooth 4.0 devices or to any Wi-Fi or IR capable device via a hub accessory. Right now, the Ring is compatible with iOS and Android devices with Bluetooth 4.0 support.

Oscar Mayer Wake Up And Smell The Bacon Alarm


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‘Oscar Mayer Wake Up & Smell The Bacon’, this device does just that – and who doesn’t love waking up to the sweet smell of bacon in the morning? The premise of the device is simple. Download the app, plug the dongle into your iPhone, and now every time your alarm goes off you will be treated to the irresistible smell of bacon. The brand has been working tirelessly through the Oscar Mayer Institute for the Advancement of Bacon, which brings all of the world’s greatest bacon minds together to create devices just like this. In addition to releasing the meaty aroma into the air, users will also be met with the sound of sizzling – making the experience that much better.

Samsung Gear Fit


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Samsung unveiled its new line of wearable Gear Fit devices today, in particular the industry’s very first super AMOLED curved device that contours to the wrist of active consumers. The Gear Fit, one of the most comprehensive fitness tools on the market boasts an array of different features including customizable workout routines with heart monitoring capabilities as well as real-time fitness coaching. Furthermore the Gear Fit provides instant notifications from Galaxy Smartphones such as incoming calls, emails and SMS. Style and design are also emphasized through the sleek, curved body of the device and optional Black, Orange and Mocha Grey straps.

Hookah Pipe By Bugatti And Desvall


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French carmaker has teamed up with esteemed hookah manufacturer Desvall to deliver perhaps the most decadent smoking device seen since that oversized Cheech & Chong joint. It’s handmade in Sweden with a solid titanium frame, special edition carbon fiber casing, hand-sewn leather stitching, and it features Desvall’s own pivot technology which lets the hose do a complete 360-degree rotation around the base.

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NIKE+ Fuelband SE and NIKE+ Fuelband App


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NIKE has unveiled multiple innovations to its NIKE+ ecosystem; the NIKE+ fuelband SE – the newest version of the wearable exercise tracking device, which seamlessly connects users with a new cloud connected smartphone app – and the NIKE+ fuel lab, an evolution of its popular accelerator program. Originally launched in early 2012, the technology-packed bracelet tracks all day movement using ‘nikefuel’, a universal way to measure all kinds of activities—from a morning workout to a big night out. The system is designed to measure whole-body movement regardless of age, weight or gender – a built-in three-axis accelerometer detects motion all day long.

Ekso Bionic Suit


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Being paraplegic is a condition only those who are can understand the extent of. it Extends way beyond the body and affects all aspects of a person’s life at all times. When you are trapped in your own body, you are often forced to rely on others for the tiniest of tasks – some less pleasant to ask as a favor than others. However, the hardest deprivation mentioned by paraplegics is the inability to stand up. As a response, ekso bionics, a pioneer in the field of robotic exoskeletons has developed ‘ekso’, a wearable robot – or exoskeleton – that powers people with lower-extremity paralysis or weakness to get them standing up and walking. It is a ready-to-wear, battery-powered, bionic device that is strapped over the user’s clothing. When equipped with the assistive device, walking can be achieved by a forward lateral weight shift to initiate a step. Battery-powered motors drive the legs and replace neuro-muscular function. The first generation of ekso is intended for medically supervised use by individuals with complete or incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) or disease, and other forms of lower extremity paralysis or weakness due to multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, parksinson’s guillain barre or other neurological disease. With medical clearance, the suit can typically facilitate walking for individuals with up to C7 complete, or any level of incomplete spinal cord injury.

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