Wearable Tech — Our Latest Hot Collection Showcases the Future Science of Consumer Electronics
Wearable tech might be a branch of innovation which still hovers in this unpredictable zone of gaining mainstream popularity amongst the masses but there’s no doubt in saying that it’s become quite a favorite field of invention for tech enthusiasts. While the tech industry is dubious whether this is just a fad or truly the future, recent predictions have gone real high saying that smart wearable device shipments will approach 130 million by 2018, 10 times higher than the estimation of 2013. Humans have always been open to changes and the world now is close to that juncture of a new tech millennium where all those sci-fi fantasies are slowly framing their shape into reality. There might linger a slight hesitation in accepting this new-tech genre right on the first go but that can never stop mankind from innovating and presenting this kind of unimaginable technology to the rest of the world.
When Pebble had created history on Kickstarter with their e-paper watch in 2012, it was clear that when really good products come in the market, people are not going to stay blind to the prospects that it can bring, be it wearable tech or not. It’s this hunt that we are on with our latest hot collection “Wearable Tech” where we hope to showcase some of the most unique and priceless gizmos from this world of smart devices which claim to make your lives a bit more entertaining and valuable with technologies we thought just our superheroes had before!
Before you start enjoying the pleasures of this brand new gadget ride, let’s have a look at some of the best stars we have from this collection till date.
Pebble Steel Smartwatch
The Corning Gorilla glass and milled stainless steel body is what makes this latest edition from the rockstars of the wearable device world seem regal. The unfashionable look and feel that have been taking smartwatches away from the consumer’s eyes till now should no longer be a concern because the Pebble Steel Smartwatch is far from being called unfashionable. It’s got everything you can ask from a timepiece, softwares and apps that makes it a smarty wear and a charming sophisticated look that turns into one of the conventional branded watches one usually prefers to wear. That’s what we call a perfect blend of wearable tech into our daily lives!
MOD Live HUD and UVEX Smart Ski Goggles
Recon Instruments have been on this unconventional expedition of bringing a true evolution in the world of heads-up displays and MOD Live HUD is clear proof of the kind of technologies they’ve brought forth. Together with the UVEX Smart Ski Goggles, it can give you a fantastic visual experience of a wearable computer while you take your zig-zag ride down the slopes. From SMS and call display, web connectivity and music track settings, this heads-up display can truly merge the real and the virtual world in a way that seems like watching a 14 inch screen television while skiing out on a bright sunny day!
Remee Lucid Dream Enhancing Mask
The thought of ever having the authority of controlling our dream world has always been an integral part of our lives and thanks to lucid dreaming methodologies, all of it can actually be true. The Bitbanger Labs showed it with their Remee Lucid Dream Enhancing Mask which once worn, can make you a real controller of that unknown world of pleasure you ride through every night once asleep. What Remee does is just flashing a series of customizable, recognizable light patterns via six rear facing LEDs once you’re asleep. The lights won’t wake you up for sure, but they can definitely create visual anomalies which’ll make you realize that you’re dreaming and can then give you the power to be lucid!
Those were just few of the unusual gadgets of the future that we had here. The Wearable Tech category is planning to host way more than that making you have a clear view of all the strikingly innovative stuff happening in this world. It’s now time to be a part of this new-tech venture that’s truly worth a dime. Happy Gadgeting!