Meet the Arcus: a ring-sized motion analyzer that tracks your activity and recognizes your gestures. This wearable device provides you with real-time feedback on your performance across a variety of sports, including golf, hockey, and tennis. It can also connect and control nearby Bluetooth smart devices using finger gestures. That means you can better control and program your smart devices when you have the Arcus around.
The Arcus looks like a ring but lets you do all kinds of fun things with gesture commands. You can grab and rotate objects in the 3D space or even control a robotic arm (while wearing multiple rings). Users can assign control to each ring, so they can play games, control a drone, or even get accurate readings while trying sports that require both hands to be involved.
The Arcus can be charged wirelessly. It can also serve as a 3D mouse. The device will be available in various sizes and designs. The developers are planning to have a SDK for programmers to create apps for this device. The Arcus mobile application is compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows devices. This lightweight and smart ring is on Kickstarter right now.