From its powerful 420 mAH battery with a 2-day running time to its “connect anywhere” 4G network, the Huawei Watch 2 is one of the most intuitive smartwatches hitting the market and it just may rekindle the wearables industry.
When it comes to innovation in shoe manufacturing, it often seems that everything there is to see has been done. Some shoe companies try to strike it big with bold claims of a unique design that is unlike anything else. Tropic’s Ultimate Travel Shoe claims it is among the interesting choices when it comes to true versatility.
Engineered for the fitness enthusiast and equipped with the latest Android Wear 2.0 operating system, the all-new LG Watch Sport is the perfect mix of style and technology. From the 1.38″ full circle P-OLED display to its built-in activity tracker, LG’s smartwatch is an action-packed wearable with tons of versatility.
If you’re anything like me, you find the movie theater experience a difficult environment to enjoy the latest blockbuster. Whether it’s the noisy chatting from movie goers, the overwhelming surround sound, or your seat position in the theater, it’s just not like being at home. It takes away from what should be a captivating experience. Thankfully, First Cinema has unveiled a revolutionary VR headset called Cinera. Designed to bring the immersive power of movie theater’s inside your living room, Cinera combines groundbreaking media content with the full immersion of VR technology.
TAG Heuer’s first customizable smartwatch has over 4,000 different variations. Powered by the Android Wear 2.0 Operating System, this high-end Swiss modular watch includes WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC for payments. With the goal to personalize the smartwatch, TAG Heuer designed a waterproof, luxury device that is sealed by the covenanted “Swiss Made” label.
With its 50-degree field of view and 3D gesture interaction, Atheer has created the most powerful augmented reality glasses on the market today. The enterprise-ready smart glasses visualize and interact with data using motion detectors. The best part about the AiR Glasses: they can be used as an enterprise solution. Whether it’s training new employees or helping a mechanic complete complex repair work, AiR Glasses are the most intuitive, hands-free device that will eventually change the modern workplace.
Initially designed for developers, Sony has created SmartEyeglass – augmented eyewear that is part of their action-packed SDK. The developer kit includes an accelerometer, gyroscope, electric compass, brightness sensor, microphone and noise suppression sub microphone.
Capable of reducing low-frequency noises up to 40dB, QuietOn earplugs block distracting noises like the hum of an airplane or the heavy bass of a snore. Ideal for traveling, work, studying, meditating, or simply a moment of relaxation, QuietOns are ergonomically designed and super easy to use. With 50 hours of use on a single charge, these versatile earplugs are perfect for motorcycle rides, the morning commute, students having difficulty concentration, and even for people suffering from noise sensitivity disorder.
Walmart wants to make sure you’re happy when you’re shopping in their store. They’re developing facial recognition technology that detects unhappy or frustrated customers. The technology uses security cameras to watch customers’ facial expressions and movements while they’re at the checkout lines. From there, the technology will attempt to identify varying levels of dissatisfaction to make a decision.