Smartwatch turns user’s hand into a phone
With many major smartphone brands from Apple to Microsoft rumoured to be creating their own smartwatches, it’s widely supposed that the devices may be the near future of wearable computing. We’ve even already seen the Filip offer smartwatch capabilities to keep parents in touch with their kids, but the HOT Smartwatch is a new device with a touchscreen and gesture control that enables users to answer their phone using just their hand. READ MORE…

Smartwatch turns user’s hand into a phone

With many major smartphone brands from Apple to Microsoft rumoured to be creating their own smartwatches, it’s widely supposed that the devices may be the near future of wearable computing. We’ve even already seen the Filip offer smartwatch capabilities to keep parents in touch with their kids, but the HOT Smartwatch is a new device with a touchscreen and gesture control that enables users to answer their phone using just their hand. READ MORE…

Portable USB motion sensor brings hands-free gesture control to laptops
Surgeons in Brazil are already using the Microsoft Kinect to improve their productivity through gesture control with the Intera project, so could the same go for consumers? Aiming to provide the possibility, Leap Motion is a small motion-sensing device that can plug into any computer’s USB slot. READ MORE…

Portable USB motion sensor brings hands-free gesture control to laptops

Surgeons in Brazil are already using the Microsoft Kinect to improve their productivity through gesture control with the Intera project, so could the same go for consumers? Aiming to provide the possibility, Leap Motion is a small motion-sensing device that can plug into any computer’s USB slot. READ MORE…

Armband enables remote control of any device through gesture
While the MJ v1.0 jacket allowed wearers to create music through gestures recognized by embedded sensors, our latest spotting aims to go a step further. Canada’s MYO is a piece of wearable tech that detects muscle configuration to enable users to remotely control any device with arm movements. READ MORE…

Armband enables remote control of any device through gesture

While the MJ v1.0 jacket allowed wearers to create music through gestures recognized by embedded sensors, our latest spotting aims to go a step further. Canada’s MYO is a piece of wearable tech that detects muscle configuration to enable users to remotely control any device with arm movements. READ MORE…