ByJoe Horner 2019-06-28 21273
Cicret has built-in miniature projectors and eight long-distance sensors, with enough hardware to allow Android systems and applications to run. The whole operation is very simple, just need to rotate the wrist quickly, Cicret will project the Android interface on the forearm and interact with each other through gestures.
This means that simply turning your wrist to activate the Cicret, waterproof feature allows you to wear it with you while taking a shower, watching videos while browsing the web, and so on. Cicret also has a built-in GPS module that provides positioning and navigation services when you travel. When you are bored, you can activate the game installed on the system and kill time.
There are also eight infrared proximity sensors inside the bracelet that can detect touch movements.
The Cicret comes with its own processor, flash memory, vibration motor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules, sensors and projectors, and can be used without relying on smartphones.
A smart bracelet with a projector that turns your arm into a screen does sound a little incredible. But the same is true. There are engineers who analyze that Cicret bracelet is not possible at all. As for whether the future can really be realized, we can still look forward to it!
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