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Cicret Bracelet Projects Interface On Your Skin?

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We have seen a few exciting smart wearables in the past few months. The Cicret bracelet seems to be one of the most interesting ones yet. It is a device that displays your content on your skin, allowing you to interact with your apps right on your body. It has 8 long range proximity sensors and a pico projector that projects the interface on your skin. The sensors detect your finger position and send the information to the bracelet.

If this product become a reality, you will be able to use it to interact with your favorite apps, remotely control your smartphone, get the information you need, and more. The idea certainly looks very interesting, but we will have to wait a few months to see what the developers can truly come up with. Can they deliver their promises? That remains to be seen, but we are very skeptical. In the meantime, you can find out more about this project on Indiegogo.

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    • Can’t you read? The whole thing is in an alleged “concept” stage right now. I believe its just a ploy to get cash from morons like you who’ll believe anything.

      • What a really arrogant thing to say to someone. I remember when people thought that MANY gadgets and uses of technology were thought of as “jetsons” only technology and we would never be alive to see it… the people who design this kind of futuristic gadget are the ones who laugh at the disbelievers once they get their ideas on the market and RETIRE YOUNG very wealthy.
        I don’t know if they will work this item out or not but people who name call for asking questions about gadgets in the making are really the ones who look like fools.
        You should have a little more respect when You comment on these sites and try to engage in a intelligent discussion about it as a adult. Maybe you might learn something about not only technology but how to talk to people.

    • I saw a video on FB and had to look this thing up. I was wondering the same thing. I don’t think it is real. I think they are working on it but am positive the video is fake.

  1. As Kenny said, The image won’t project past the finger, also multi touch wouldn’t work if both fingers are aligned to the same sensor. Looks like just a cash grab from suckers that believe this would actually work.

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