Latest Wearable Tech Gadgets You Must Have a Look At
Wondering what could be the next best wearable tech you could try your hands on? Here are a few examples to go for. They are sleek, smart and ofcourse technologically sound!
AuraVisor – Head Mounted Computer for Virtual Reality
The AuraVisor is the first production ready Head Mounted Computer specifically designed for virtual reality. Because it is a head mounted computer it is also wire free and does not need to be connected to a computer or require a smartphone for operation. It also means that the device has been specifically targeted to focus all of its power on virtual reality. You must have come across tons of VR devices that pair to your smartphone or computer. AuraVisor is unique and doesn’t require any such pairing. Its on-board Android based computer allows you to break free from cables and other devices and experience virtual reality, and all it offers, without breaking the budget.
Smartphone-Enabled Virtual Reality Headset by VRKiX
Go on an adventure and transport yourself to another world with the smartphone-enabled Virtual Reality Headset by VRKiX. You can now have adventure awaiting your arrival anywhere you go with this headset. With a pillow-backed head strap with 1.5-inch wide fully adjustable elastic, you won’t need a break any time soon. Complete with ventilation ports and thick goggle padding, the lenses in the VRKiX headset are completely adjustable so you don’t even need to wear your glasses. The spring-loaded hinged door reveals a compartment for holding your smartphone. It’s tight enough to keep you phone steady even during the wildest adventures.
Kerv – The World’s First Contactless Payment Ring
Have your money at your fingertips with Kerv, the world’s first wearable tech serving as a contactless payment ring. Great for athletes, festival-goers, or anyone who worries about where to hold their wallet, Kerv is convenient, compact, and always with you. Using the same technology behind contactless cards, Kerv can be used anywhere there’s a contactless symbol or NFC electronics. This means gas stations, electronic locks, or can be used to pass contact details, like a business card. With Kerv, you only need the ring to make payments. No smartphone pairing, signature, or cards required.
Misfit Shine 2
Misfit just made their sleep plus fitness monitor smarter and sleeker with Shine 2. This version of wearable tech from Misfit is unbelievably thin (8 mm) and powerful to determine your everyday goals. Shine 2 is designed to withstand any environment (water resistant up to 50 meters) and has been made out of T6 aircraft-grade aluminum and glass reinforced polycarbonate. The 3-axis accelerometer and magnetometer will provide advanced activity and sleek tracking while the 12 vivid LEDs will show you notifications, progress and more information along with a vibrational nudge. There is a capacitive touch sensor which makes the
Shine 2 super responsive to instant touch.
Ollinfit – The Wearable Personal Trainer
Ollinfit is a set of three wearable sensors and smartphone app working together seamlessly to provide you with live feedback. The three sensors are strategically worn depending on the exercise to accurately capture your full range of motion. The Ollinfit Training App analyzes the sensor data in real-time and guides you with instant, easy-to-follow audio and vibration feedback – precisely when you need it.
Shammane is a unique smartwatch designed as a self-extension, bringing back elegance and fashion into the connected world. Shammane is a piece of jewelry, not only another smartwatch. Shammane understands that people require more out of their wristwatch then just telling time. The Shammane Smartwatch is an elegant, timeless wearable that helps you stay connected to the people, places, and events you care about most, without sacrificing style. Our watch is a discreet way to stay connected to the people and things not immediately in front of you, without distracting you from the ones who are.
Sensoria – Smart Socks to Track Your Running
Sensoria Smart Socks deliver what other trackers on the market can’t: real-time updates based on dynamic data and statistics. Data is gathered from an electronic anklet that attaches to the special socks with built-in sensors. Going beyond the typical tracking parameters of distance, calories, steps, and the like, Sensoria Smart Socks are a piece of wearable tech that also analyzes your foot landing technique and cadence. Real-time data collection, made possible with Bluetooth, is uploaded directly to the Sensoria phone app. From there, the app will give you real-time audio notifications of how to improve, such as breathing on a certain foot to better utilize energy.