Remember the movie Minority Report, where Tom Cruise controls a wall-sized computer screen by swiping and making gestures with his hands? In the film, he has to wear special gloves in order to carry out his work. Now, there's a company that is bringing this concept to life and it's even better.
Called Cicret bracelet, this little piece of technology turns your skin into a working touchscreen by simply slipping on a wristband. It uses a tiny "pico projector" and eight miniature proximity sensors to replicate the image of your device. You can sync the data of your smartphone, but it can also be used as a standalone gadget.
The company announced that they will start accepting pre-orders in December. It will cost $300 (or roughly P15,000).
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