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Let the fans experience the game like never before with First V1sion, the smart wearable that can video and broadcast sports. This smart t-shirt has a built in HD camera that is able to capture the whole field of vision of the athlete. Viewers can sense the speed, vertigo, emotion, and more. The fans will feel like they are a “part of the action.” The small camera in the shirt instantly sends video to the fans in milliseconds (millionth of a second). Turn on the microphone for total immersion into the game. You will hear the hard hits and grunts. It’s designed to be adaptable to any uniform and worn under the jersey, no setup required.
Companies like AiQ ClothingHear that? Sound from Glass comes from the Bone Conduction Transducer (BCT), a.k.a. the speaker, found on the inside of the device just before the battery. It's the oval piece with the Glass logo printed on it that rests just behind your ear.Press the BCT against your head so that it is flush against your skull. This improves the conduction of sound through your bones and to your inner ear.You can expect a fitness tracker to be a bit more resilient than your average smartwatch, able to handle the bumps, shakes, and most importantly, sweat, that comes with a workout. Any fitness tracker worth considering is resistant to moisture and splashes, because exercise can result in sticky dampness. But this doesn't mean that all fitness trackers are actually waterproof. In fact, most of them are not.Stay safe while you swim with the Kingii Wearable Flotation Bag. Attaching securely to your wrist with a strong clasp, this is the smallest inflatable in the world. If you encounter rough waves or experience lack of energy to swim up to air, you can simply pull the lever on your wrist to release the CO2 cartridge which then fills the bag. The Kingii is easy to use in times of distress and comes in a bright orange so you can be easily found. Additionally, it has an integrated whistle so you can also be heard from afar. Once inflated, the Kingii and strong and buoyant enough to hold your weight while you catch your breath and preserve your energy while the built in compass can guide you back to safety. Remaining unobtrusive until you need it, the Kingii is perfect for swimmers of all skill levels.Bluetooth is everywhere these days—from your Android Wear smartwatch and fitness tracker, to the iPhone in your pocket. Thanks to the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) profile, they can connect to each other easily without draining your battery power. "Owlet's smart sock is made of a soft, hypoallergenic material, providing optimum comfort for your baby's foot. It has an adjustable strap to make sure you get the perfect fit. Their base station does all the heavy lifting. It acts as a charging dock for the smart sock and uses Bluetooth technology to connect to the smart sock. It also connects via wifi to your smartphone or computer to relay real-time information from the smart sock. While the iOS app isn't required to use the Owlet Smart Sock, it provides an extra level of information for parents by displaying your baby's current oxygen levels and other important facts. The Owlet Smart Sock is available for pre-order for $250.00.
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