Make life easier with this gesture-control smartwatch
We have so many devices around us. And it's wonderful. Our lives are made easier by all of the technology we have, but it also comes with a few headaches. Like how to manage it and how many remotes we have to keep track of. And, of course, you can never find the one you need when you need it.
Now, there’s a better answer. GyroPalm has created a gesture-control smartwatch, and it’s pretty amazing. It’s everything your current smartwatch is, and more. You won’t need to worry about finding remotes or getting up to turn something off, because now you can do it with just the flick of a wrist.
Imagine not having to go upstairs to turn something off, or walk across the room to turn that light off. With the GyroPalm connected smartwatch, the item you want to control just needs to be within 3000 feet from you. Yup, that’s right. Over eight football fields away. Can you imagine that?
The GyroPalm gesture-control smartwatch is easy to use
It seems like something like this would be challenging to master, right? You’re probably having visions of complicated wrists flicks and finger movements and instructions that don’t make any sense. However, most people can adequately use this smartwatch with just four to five simple preset motions.
And if you master those and want to take things to the next level, you can create customizable gestures that can be mapped to whatever other actions you’d like to perform. It even has an IDE programming environment that will let you extend the functionality of the watch.
There are a lot of uses for this connected smartwatch
Sure, you can control lights with it. But you can also manage other electronic devices, appliances, computers, smartphones, smartlock, and robotics.
GyroPalm Infrared supports nearly all major TVs. It will also control your media player. Don’t bother getting up to turn down the volume or change the song. And forget trying to find all of the remotes that have fallen in no man’s land between the cushions. You don’t really want to dig down there, do you?
If you want to control your computer with it, you’ll be able to use your GyroPalm gesture controls as a joystick for when you’re gaming. And you can also set up hotkeys and the mouse to connect with your GyroPalm. What about that big presentation? Forget about fumbling with the PowerPoint controller. Use your GyroPalm gesture-control wearable.
Even more uses for your GyroPalm
Nope, we’re still not done. Do you have a drone? The GyroPalm smartwatch is DJI compatible. That means you’ll be able to toss the bulky to the side (No, don’t actually do that. You’ll break it, silly) and use your smartwatch to control your drone. How much cooler with that look when you’re out and about with it.
It can control your robotics too. So if you need to turn the Roomba on or off, don’t worry about getting up to do it. And if you want to control other machines in your house, like your sewing machine, shop tools, or something else, all you need to do is get a GyroPalm Smart Outlet and plug your machine into it. Turn your tools on or off with a flick of your wrist, and also be assured you’ve turned it off with Auto-Off Switching.
GyroPalm can help seniors
As we get older, it’s harder to stand up from comfy couches or to walk up and down the stairs. As much as we all want to deny it and as much as we hate it, it’s essential to think of our needs down the road. Or if there is a parent or grandparent who isn’t as spry as they used to be, the GyroPalm is an excellent idea for them.
The GyroPalm eliminates the need to go up and down stairs to turn things off, thanks to its long-distance range. As an added benefit, it can help medical professionals monitor patients’ motions and give them health informatics.
This gesture-control wearable even acts as your fitness watch
I’m sure that thought has crossed your mind that “Sure, this thing sounds great, but I still need my fitness smartwatch to meet those goals. How am I supposed to wear two watches?” The answer is, you don’t. GyroPalm has you covered on this too. It can count your steps, track your calories, and track your distance.
You can also connect it to your smartphone to receive those notifications on there. So you don’t need to worry about missing that calendar notification or that text message you’ve been waiting on from that guy who was supposed to call last night but has been leaving you hanging. Pro-tip, move on, my friend.
GryoPalm is strong and versatile
Your GyroPalm features:
- Gorilla Glass
- Tap/snap detection
- Menu buttons
- Interchangeable straps that you can get in a variety of colors
- Bidirectional learning IR blaster
- Auxiliary LED
- Micro USB charging port
- Gesture engine
There are a plethora of home accessories you can get for your GyroPalm to make it even more versatile. There’s the smart dimmer, smart power strip, smart outlets, base, smart bulb, and smart wall switch.
What we ❤️ about the GyroPalm gesture-control smartwatch
This smartwatch is pretty fantastic. It appears that the designers have put a lot of thought into the functionality. We like how you can manage it with just a few gestures, or how you can put a little more work in and do more with it. It’s great to see products that were created with multiple levels of technical knowledge in mind.
What we’d ❤️ to see in future designs
One of the things we’d love to see is perhaps a smaller body for the smartwatch. For people with smaller wrists and hands, this might seem a little bulky, and it’d be nice to have another option if the tech could be made small enough to do it.
Go on, order your GyroPalm now
We’ve probably sold you on this connected smartwatch, so you’re going to want to head over and get yours from their Indiegogo. Especially since it’s only $228, which is cheaper than a lot of smartwatches out there that do much less.