Company Central Standard Timing (CST) presented at CES 2013 hours CST-01, which, according to the developer, are the thinnest wristwatch in the world. The watch uses an electrophoretic screen production E Ink.
Now the device is in the form of prototypes, and CST raises funds needed to start serial production. The minimum amount for this $ 200 000 already collected (at the time the news was collected 269,626 dollars, and before the end of fundraising had 42 days).
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In the market of electronic devices periodically appear unusual gadgets. In particular, manufacturers of electronics all the time trying to cross sunglasses with something useful and interesting. Even notorious, Motorola conducted similar experiments. Remember O ROKR? Sunglasses with Bluetooth-headset. And the numerous glasses with MP3-player and not talking.
It may be that these devices are convenient and practical, only manufacturers offer only one design option. And it is not all that will do people choose different styles of dress. Continue reading Sunglasses with buildings avtoregistrator : does it make sense ?
You may have seen the film Time Out, with the handsome Justin Timberlake, in which the expression “time is money” makes sense, since humans get life time with the money. In this film, the remaining time to live is displayed on the forearm of a person, an idea that inspired a designer, Nurdinov, to realize a concept shows like that. In his idea, it is not displaying your life time remaining on your arms, but rather the time it is.
This concept is quite nice, especially adapted for film. This bracelet watch will project the time on your arm with a small built-in laser. Unfortunately, this is only a draft and it is not yet for sale, you will perhaps allow the designer to develop and market.
We had already talked about the Nike FuelBand at the end of last year, this bracelet very particular, able to monitor and record the movements of the user and to transfer real-time data to an iPhone, via a dedicated application rubber. Nike has apparently decided that it was better to open the beta version of its NikeFuel API for developers, because it could simply accelerate the manner in which applications will be developed if fans of the aircraft involved in this project. And this is the first time that Nike is doing something of the sort. Keep in mind that the API is only available for developers who participated in the hackathon at SXSWi 2012 in Austin, Texas however.