With similar design features as Ray Ban’s Wayfarer, the Zungle Panther is a set of audio shades with built-in bone conduction speakers. By connecting your lightweight (0.1 lb) shades to your smart phone via Bluetooth, you’re able to whip around town listening to your favorite playlists. The bone conductor speaker technology transmits sound waves to the listener’s skull via vibrations.
Seattle-based Human Inc. has just created the world’s first comfortable pair of smart headphones. With features that include biometric monitoring, language translation, and touch command, Human’s Sound fits perfectly in the category of “disruptive technology”.
Combining the powers of both a universal remote and a smartphone, SevenHugs’ Smart Remote connects all of your home’s devices in the most intuitive way possible. Simply stated, it’s a remote that controls everything. With its unique sensor fusion technology SevenHugs has developed what it calls, “the world’s first contextual remote control.”
Taking wearable technology to an entirely different level, the French startup DigitSole has created the world’s first smart shoe and it’s awesome. With its futuristic and urban design, their SmartShoe 001 is fully connected (Bluetooth 4.0), automatically tightens, and comes equipped with heated sole technology.
UBTECH’s Alpha 2 humanoid robot is designed as an interactive family companion capable of accomplishing a range of typical household tasks. Claimed to be “smarter than your smartphone,” the Alpha 2 can be your personal assistant, home security guard, yoga instructor, nurse, or your kid’s tutor.
Review of the Here One, Stream Music · Dynamic Volume Control · Android & iOS Compatible · Make & Receive Calls.
Review of the SKULLY AR- 1, the first helmet to feature a built-in 180° Blindspot Camera and Heads-Up Display for situational awareness and safety.