Now a days various inventions are being made almost incessantly with technology reaching a new level. Today we bring you a new innovation called 'Cicret Bracelet'. With the help of this bracelet, you can turn your skin into a touch-screen. It is a simple wearable bracelet that projects the screen on your arm.
This wearable bracelet consists of Pico Projector which displays user interface on your arm similar to your smartphone or tablet. This Pico Projector has 8 long range sensors and the Hardware required to run Android and also all the Android Apps. After wearing the bracelet you just need to tap the wrist or shake it and the display appears on your arm. We can control all Apps just like your touch-screen smartphone or tablet and do whatever you want to do on your arm itself. It is a waterproof bracelet and hence you can use it even in the shower or swimming pools etc.
Right now just a prototype is available which shows the idea of this bracelet. The real bracelet is still under process and will hopefully be available in the market soon. The Cicret Developers also launched a Messaging App, providing secure data and full control over it. The App is available for Android users.
15/4/2015 01:58:00 pm
How much price you have any idea
14/11/2015 12:54:08 pm
This product is still under production stage. We are expecting a cost a USD 250 for this gadget.
24/12/2015 08:04:47 pm
not possible... because it uses pico projectors which can not project your screen in bright light as shown in video that the person used the cicret in sun light and under tube light.. cant possible for a pico projector to project such ... it can be possible if u are sitting in such a dark room...!!!
2/4/2016 11:25:57 pm
This Product is good. Its a suggestion don't tell it can turn your skin into a tablet. It is a bit rude. you are trying to say that some people are...you know. Thanks
3/4/2016 12:19:19 am
The term 'it can turn your skin into tablet' was used in comparing context. To help people understand what us article all about in one gist we have used that term. We were just comparing the future technology with current common gadgets. Hope you does not consider it in wrong way.
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