Technology On Your Face
By The Freshest Hunter Ever
Are you tired of holding smart phones in your hand well now you don’t have to you can put it on your face, or even on your wrist. Other than smartphones there are other stuff that wearables have to offer like shoes that have knives come out at the simple stomp of a heel. Or even that they will be putting cameras on soccer players. That is why you should read my report.
The fascinating history of wearable tech starts over 700 years ago. Before the invention of the convex lens, the short-sighted had to find more ingenious ways to see. For example Nero, the emperor looked through an emerald to better see his gladiators fights. Source credit https://wtvox.com/featured-news/history-of-wearable-technology-2/
The history of google glass. It all started april 4th when google announced project glass they decided have conversations with glasses so you didn't have to hold up a smart phone which is super duper uper lazy right, but the whole point of wearables in our time is so you don't have to always pull out your giant smart phone.
Google Glass. Google Glass is an optical head-mounted display, that is designed in the shape of a pair of eyeglasses. It was developed with the mission of producing a ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displayed information in a smartphone-like hands-free format.
The Apple Watch is a smartwatch that operates as a small wearable computing device worn on a user's wrist. The Apple Watch was officially announced on September 9th, 2014, with availability of the new device expected in early 2015.
Have you ever wanted to have a hidden blade like in assassins creed. Well now you can, well, sort of. You can have a blade inside your shoe at the stomp of your shoe and a blade pops out and you can do whatever you want with it like stabbing your your friend or kicking a ravage dog. Credit goes to http://snallabolaget.com/?page_id=994. And also they are super popular in russia so just a warning if you want to visit Russia maybe you should pick up a pair while you're there.
Have you ever wanted a smartwatch that is just like your smartphone well now you can they’re for sale apple watches just start at $300. So they aren’t to bad there for a decent price they’re about as much as a smartphone. What they do they track your heart rate, your steps, stairs climbed, sitting down time, sleep time, and they have all your doctors data as well. So you should go pick up an apple watch.
Now for my personal favorite google glass have you ever wanted to have computer on your face. Well, google glass is the way to go. Google glass allows you to use gps, control some drones (not all) play games, and so much more.
There isn't a Nest app for the Apple Watch — at least not yet — but you can control your home temperature using the Honeywell Lyric app. In combination with Honeywell's $249 smart thermostat, you can adjust the temperature as well as activate Out of Town mode with a tap to save money. The Glances feature provides a real-time view of your abode's conditions. Source credit http://www.tomsguide.com/us/apple-watch-guide,review-2817-2.html
It’s been more than an year since Google started plastering which is called ” Project Glass “.In 13 months, Glass has gone from Star Trek fantasy to reality. It’s been quite the whirlwind of activity. Source credit. http://topyaps.com/7-interesting-facts-of-google-glass-you-should-know
There are a few variations on the shoe knife. For example, some only want to transport a knife or a blade of some sort, for later use, for emergencies, for fun – whatever, and some want to have the blade or knife accessible for use while it is still anchored in the shoe, something that is much trickier than just transportation, for obvious reasons. Source credit http://snallabolaget.com/?page_id=994