The life-logging camera fad is over. It didn’t last long, did it? But why? My best guess is, having a camera stuck on you isn’t half as fun, plus it probably make folks you come across uncomfortable knowing that you may be filming them. The solution? FOMOcamera. Billed as the most wearable and customizable camera, FOMOcamera is basically a badge camera. In other words, it is a camera incognito as a badge in whatever design you fancy. Perfect for ladies for capturing men in the act of leering at their breasts instead of their eyes when conversing with them. Damn. I’d better stay away from ladies wearing a badge like this for I may be caught in the act. Sorry, can’t help it. Most men are hardwired to detect beauty and I am not going to pretend I am an exception. Continue reading FOMOcamera: Life-logging Has Never Been This Discreet And Customizable!
Motorcycle puts a rider closer to the action and hence, more in touch with the surrounding, but with those perks come the risks. Riders of two-wheeler do not get the same level of protections as drivers of automobile and therefore, it is imperative that the rider has heightened senses. Unfortunately, being human means riders do not have spider sense and they certainly do not having eight eyes like a spider does and so, motorcyclists are mostly taking chances. However, a new kind of motorcycle helmet, called CrossHelmet X1, aims to change that. Continue reading CrossHelmet Heightened Your Senses With 360 Vision And Sound Control
Tim Cook kicked off the September 12 Apple event with a touching tribute to Steve Jobs. Aptly, the event was held at a theater named after the late visionary co-founder of Apple. The intro was a break from the tradition where Tim would go on to boast about sale numbers, user-ships and of course, retails. Retails it did touched on, but the product highlights was lead by Apple Watch, which Cook claims overtook Rolex to be “the number one watch in the world.” Continue reading Apple Watch Series 3 Has Built-In Cellular, So You Can Ditch Your Phone
Samsung has announced a trio of fitness-focused wearable tech at this year’s IFA in Berlin. Kicking off the trio is the Gear Sport, a fitness-focused smartwatch that’s water resistant. There’s also a Gear Fit2 Pro, which is essentially an upgraded GPS sports band touting “smart features” and finally, there’s the Gear IconX, a follow up to the brand’s cord-free earbuds aimed at sporting enthusiasts. These new Gear devices aim to assist you with a range of activities, ranging from fitness tracking to nutrition and sleep monitoring to motivational coaching. Continue reading Samsung Introduced A Trio Of Gear Wearables, Boasts Collab With Speedo
Since the 70s, Star Wars has captured the imagination of sci-fi buffs the world over. Among the tech depicted, though fictional, that has fans enthralled would be the Lightsaber. How nice if Lightsaber is real? The prospect of wielding the futuristic energy blade-equipped sword and wishing the worst on your enemy is strangely satisfying. It was every Star Wars fans’ wet dream come true which will never become a reality. But that’s until now. Thanks to Lenovo Star Wars Jedi Challenges Augmented Reality video game, your dream of wielding a Lightsaber is finally a dream no more. Granted, you won’t share the same experience as Luke Skywalker since what you will be experiencing will be wholly based on augmented reality, but hey, it is way better than not having any. Continue reading Your Dream Of Wielding A Lightsaber As A Jedi Is Finally Coming True!
Taking notes and creating art have gone digital. Even creating music has gone digital which, obviously, is not everyone’s cuppa due to the lack tactile touch. If you like to tinker with music and absolutely embrace the lack of tactile sense, well then, we think Specdrums will be right up your alley. Specdrums go by the understanding that some musically-inclined folks love creating music by tapping on everyday objects, including your thighs, furniture and whatnot. Continue reading Specdrums Put Music Creation At Your Fingertips, Turning Colors Into Sound
Sometime, a missed opportunity may not be a bad thing at all. Such is in the case of the real-life Fallout 4 Pip-boy we first saw last year. This post-apocalypse smartwatch of sort was introduced with a hefty $350 sticker and it is essentially a replica of the in-game device, but has real-life smartwatch functionalities instead. In other words, it probably won’t help you get through a post-apocalypse scenario, unfortunately. Anywho, as it turns out, it was a blessing in disguise if you missed it the last time round, because Bethesda, the game developer behind Fallout 4, is bringing the real-life Fallout 4 Pip-boy back for a limited time and the most brilliant part is, it will cost just 100 dollars bundled with the new version of the video game, AKA the “Game Of The Year” Edition. Continue reading Real-life Fallout 4 Pip-boy Wearable Is Making A Limited Time Comeback
We usually don’t post this stuff, but since this is the first, we felt obligated to let you guys on this. Admittedly, I do not know what is there to achieve jailbreaking a limited functionality piece of wearable, but in case you want to do it, you will be glad a solution could be available in near future, well, possibly… At the recent Def Con 25, hacker Max Bazaliy of the Fried Apple has demonstrated a jailbreak on an Apple Watch running on watchOS 3. According to Bazaliy, a jailbroken Apple Watch will let you in on the “sensitive data related to call records, health data, messages, emails, GPS location, Calendar entries, photos and more.” Continue reading Finally, Apple Watch Jailbroken, But The Question Is: Is It Necessary?
It is estimated that drowsy driving caused 72,000 crashes, 44,000 injuries and 800 deaths in 2013. Looking at the numbers, it is safe to say that driving drowsy is as dangerous as driving under influence, if not more dangerous. While large automakers like Jaguar Land Rover who have the financial muscle to flex is working to make cars that could ensure a driver stays 100 percent alert all the time, a Latvia-based company is quietly developing an immediate solution to counter this potentially fatal issue. It kind of makes sense cos’ this wake-the-driver-up technology won’t be available to all cars anytime soon and even if it becomes available, drivers of older cars will not enjoy the benefit. This means that drowsy driving-related accidents will continue to happen. Continue reading STEER Will Gently Shock You To Keep You From Falling Asleep While Driving
Atari must have known that there’s no way it is going to kick any of the video game console big three’s butts (but it is going to get into the game anyways). So, the once popular video game console maker has embarked on a new business plan: making wearable tech and the seemingly nondescript hat you see here is the first of such products under its “Atari Connected Life” line. Dubbed Speakerhat, the product is literally what it says it is: a hat with built-in speakers. From the front, or any angle other than under view of the bill, you won’t be able to tell it is in fact a hat with speakers. The speakers are powered by Audiowear and as you can see, it appears to be super thin. Continue reading Oh Look, Atari Is Going To Make Hats With Integrated Bluetooth Speakers