5 weird wearable technology products
So far, most wearable technology products are worn on the wrist (
Smart watch and activity tracker)
Or, in at least one example, sit on your nose (Google Glass).
But from some of the new and outstanding projects we \'ve come across, you may soon be using technology in your fingers, feet and many other interesting places. —
The \"general controller\" device, which is expected to be shipped this fall, is installed around your fingers (
There is a thicker part next to the palm)
Allows you to control all types of smart devices
Phones and tablets running iOS or Android, computers running Mac OS X or Windows, Bluetooth/Wi-Fi-
Enable bulb, Nest thermostat, etc-
Use natural gestures.
You can now book the ring for $149.
Sensoria Fitness SocksHere is a way to keep your wearable technology Low profile: Sensoria Fitness Socks can calculate your steps and tracking speed, calories, height
Also check out the Sensoria Fitness Bra and fitness T-
Rate monitors that allow you to track performance.
The price of each product is $150;
Socks shipped this summer.
This beautiful pendant ($80)
Shipped in May 16, built to include inappropriate glowing activity and sleep monitors ($100)
It tracks walking, running, swimming and other activities, as well as deep sleep and light sleep. (
The display can also be worn on the wristband. )
For more wearable technology, check out our comments on six smartwatches.
Electroenzyme temporary tattoo sensors they are not real tattoos, but a thin and flexible electronic label that contains sensors.
When \"Tattoos\" are applied to the skin, these sensors analyze the wearer\'s sweat to determine fitness levels, body performance, electrolyte balance, and hydration levels to see how over time, the wearer\'s sports watch is more effective.
They haven\'t sold yet.
These kids look normal in their pajamas.
This is actually a series of QR codes except for unusual printing.
When you scan one with a smartphone or tablet, a bedtime story that you can read or listen to will appear.
Girls or boys are in size, $30 for a pair.
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