Tagged: Bluetooth

A clip-on device that brings 3D audio to your headphones

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3D Audio Labs has plans to surprise the world with first smart 3D audio headphones soon. Before the Neoh (as they call their headphones) make r eal, the company has launched a clip-on tracker which can turn any regular headphone into a 3D headphone. Available for purchase, the $99 device fastens to a standard over-the-head headphones with a rubber band. It can connect to a smartphone/PC using Bluetooth and provides 18 hours of surround sound audio on a single charge. Read More…

Song Wig with earbuds in each strand lets you enjoy music with friends

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Looking for a hairdo that complements your love for sharing music? Well, all new Song Wig lets you achieve it most creatively. The crazy Japanese wearable tech – the Song Wig, is an ordinary colorful wig until you notice closely. Designed with idea of sharing music, the wig has an earphone at the tip of each hair strand. Developed by Tokyo based creative agency, Party, which also has unit in New York, Song Wig is on exhibition at the SXSW – annual film, interactive media, and music festivals that kicked off in Austin on March 11. Read More…

Contact-free Flo thermometer syncs with iPhone over Bluetooth

Flo thermometer

Thermometers have become digital but they are yet to become smart. Flo by Eddie Cheung of Zeraph takes the opportunity. Flo is one-of-its-kind social thermometer, which takes temperature without touching the body, sync with the iPhone and allows caretakers to share the data with doctors. Flo never touches the body, which means it doesn’t require constant cleaning, and can still provide very accurate temperature readings. Flo thermometer, developed over a period of two years is simple to use. The Flo needs to be placed about a centimeter from the patient’s forehead and with a simple press of a button, Flo can instantly record temperature. Read More…

Iris: Sun visor heads-up display for your car makes driving fun

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There are numerous reasons why each car owner would want her sun visors to get a new life. To allow a visor to do more than simply block the sun, designer-developer duo of Dino Mariutti and Dallas La Porta have developed Iris, a dashboard style sun visor Heads-up Display that displays a range communication right in line with your eye, without distracting your focus from the road. Iris HUD is by-far the most advanced heads-up display since it can seamlessly connect to your smartphone over Bluetooth and be controlled via smartphone app. Read More…

Teenager invents iAid, navigation device for the visually impaired

iAid navigation device

There have been a few inventions to assist the visually impaired live a more independent life and navigate better in their environment. Yet, iAid – a combination of a sensor-embedded belt and joystick, developed by 18-year-old Alex Deans is special and ingenious. iAid features four ultrasonic sensors embedded on a belt that scan for potential obstacles using sound, and the information is transmitted to a handheld joystick, which rotates by itself in order to indicate which direction to go. The joystick can be felt rotating with the fingers, and Alex say “it’s like some holding the hand to lead you to the destination.” Read More…

3-in-1 Smart Box is a multi-functional Bluetooth speaker from Brando

3-in-1 Smart Box by Brando

Brando workshop, manufacturer of functional, fun and unique consumer products for their customers have developed an innovative portable device that will serve you in three different ways. Called 3-in-1 Smart Box, the tiny multifunctional Bluetooth speaker can act as a camera remote shutter, Bluetooth anti-lost and Bluetooth speaker. Compatible with all Bluetooth supporting cellphones, you just have to pair the small keychain attachable device to your Android device (smartphones and tablets) and install the software app to activate all the functions and then use them with ease.
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Let your eyes be your camera with the iPal smart glasses

iPal smart glasses

When we talk of smart glasses, Google Glass is what strikes the mind first. But Google Glass features head tracking camera, so it doesn’t have any idea of what your eyes are focusing at; in order to let your eyes be your camera, revolutionary new smart glasses, iPal is making rounds on Indiegogo. iPal basically follows your eyes automatically, it sees what you see, and lets you capture videos and pictures in HD with your eyes alone and share the same on various social networks like Instagram or Facebook with a wink or a blink. Read More…

Arccos GPS stat-tracking system is easiest way to improve your golf

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Sal Syed and Ammad Faisal with research and development backing from Callaway Golf Co. (ELY:US) have devised Arccos, the first of its kind GPS stat-tracking system for golfers, that lets you know every aspect of your game – every shot, every distance, every round, every moment, right on your smartphone. Though, Arccos isn’t a lone technology aimed at improving the game of golf, there have been mobile applications and sensor-mounted gloves that help, but Arccos is certainly easiest way to help improve your game. It’s as simple as – pair, play, review and improve! Read More…