Cloud is the new technological evolution that allows potent sharing of info through smart devices. Taking advantage of this vast yet virtual network, the Japanese have contrived the EW-BW53. It is a wrist mounted blood pressure monitoring device that utilizes a specialized Panasonic’s smart app for its job.
We all love snow and its every guys dream to ski on the rough icy snow, coming down like a gust of wild wind from the lofty peaks descending to the base of the mountains. It certainly, is the greatest thrill and to add a new dimension to this beautiful, adventure sport; Oakley has introduced new sun-glasses with interactive maps, GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope, etc. These snow goggles or sun-snow reflectors (as that is their main purpose) are not just simple optical wonder but are stuffed with advanced technology too. Although, these ultra-advanced Oakley Airwave goggles contain a very small screen,...
Tokyoflash always strives to make watches that are different from the league and inculcating futuristic design cues into them. Working on the same trend Tokyoflash has released Kisai Driver (abbreviation for Driving Revolution), a watch phone running on Google Android operating system and having most of the functions of any standard smartphone. Although there are many other similar watch phone themed watches in the market, Kisai Driver is different as you can attain from the pictures as the design is quite futuristic and upbeat.
Because we gadget lovers require something more than a watch on our wrist, developers Bill Geiser and David Rosales have listed out a project for an open source development kits for their Bluetooth connected watch – the MetaWatch Strata smartwatch on Kickstarter. The Strata like the Pebble, we saw come real post Kickstarter fundraising, is a waterproof, Bluetooth connected watch which connects to the iPhone or any Android phone. The Starta on connecting wirelessly allows you to make and receive calls, send and receive text messages and mails and use Facebook and Twitter etc.
There is absolutely no doubt that wireless technology has changed our lives in ways that we could not have imagined. Add to that the wide array of handheld devices in the form of smartphones and tablets and the world now seems to be constantly ‘on the go’. If everything else is available at your fingertips and swipe of the screen, then why not a relaxing and comforting massage offered by a person on the others side of the globe? That is precisely what designer André Cofield thought when he designed the eSSAGE.