#Turn Your Arm Into A Touchscreen with Smart Bracelet

#Turn Your Arm Into A Touchscreen with Smart Bracelet

WOW! #Turn Your Arm Into A Touchscreen with Smart Bracelet

Welcome back Tech Geeks, this time to a whole new level of expectations with the new Smart Bracelet that can turn your Wrist into a Touchscreen Device.

This is amazing, even to think about it after the world came to see the Smart Watches and Gadgets. No One expected a bracelet to do this wonder. After Samsung and Motorola plus other smart gadget manufacturers, Apple is going to launch its Smart Watches in Early 2015 – # Apple Watch – Most Awaited Gadget of 2015 – Full Review.

Cicret Bracelet – What is it ?

A Bracelet that is just like the ordinary bracelet and makes your fore-arm a touchscreen kind of device 🙂 interesting, NO ?

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There’s a tiny little projector in this so called Cicret Bracelet that will cast an image on your skin of the fore-arm and then there are 8 long-range proximity sensors to detect any swipe, tap or pinch on the Arm over the screen area.

Cicret Bracelet will be containing a USB Port and will be supporting Bluetooth plus Wi-Fi with the accelerometer in it as well.

Cicret Bracelet is designed as to be a stand-alone gadget, but there are news that it will be able to sync with an iPhone too.

This is going to change the Technology Area to a whole new extent and will make life damn easy and fast. People around the world appreciated the concept of the Smart Watches that are already in markets, now this New Smart Cicret Bracelet is definitely going to change the way people get to use technology.

#Turn Your Arm Into A Touchscreen with Smart Bracelet

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26 thoughts on “#Turn Your Arm Into A Touchscreen with Smart Bracelet”

  • 1
    Daniel Tomaka on December 22, 2014 Reply

    Looks Fake

    • 2
      rahulpoonia01 on December 22, 2014 Reply

      Its just a Concept for the Upcoming Change in the Tech world.

      Sorry if you didn’t like it or if this article wasted some of your time.

    • 3
      Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on December 22, 2014 Reply

      Its just a Concept for the Upcoming Change in the Tech world.

      Sorry if you didn’t like it or if this article wasted some of your time.

      • 4
        morten hundevad on December 27, 2014 Reply

        You must be kidding right ? This is only a ploy to make collect money for their android app.

        Not to mention that how unstable such a device would be.

        -direct sunlight
        -angel of the light on the arm so just tilting the arm wrist slightly would affect the image.
        -everyone would need to shave and have a black/dark patch on their arm

        • 5
          Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on December 28, 2014 Reply

          Your Points are worth noticing Morten, This was found in the Android Community, so one on our author thought it to be useful and he shared the Concept Only, hoping it to roll out in markets as soon as possible.
          He’s a tech Freak 🙂

          • 6
            morten hundevad on December 28, 2014

            He may be that, but he should also mention the fact it is “tear 2” if you will on a donation campaign. that is as far as i can see not mentioned anywhere.

            Also the two tear donation “scheme” suggest to me that all the bracelet is is a gimmick to try and get donations for their first tear.. which is as far as i can tell “only” an android app to do some kind of secure chat/share thingy..

            -Morten

            A Site note. This ClipMe popup is annoying. it is showed ~10 seconds after the page is loaded despite the fact i am not replying throw a mobile device. And it do this every time you refresh the page (or the page crashes for some reason on chrome), But that is all up to you it is not my site..

          • 7
            Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on December 28, 2014

            We care about the user experience on our web portal, thanks for letting us know how you feel about it 🙂

            – Hmm, you are having a great experience with tech groups as compared to our newbie content writers, we will talk to our writers and will discuss your points too. I really appreciate your contribution and the time you spent with Loudfind!

  • 8
    Jonjon Taka on December 24, 2014 Reply

    The image shows an Android interface, so I don’t know why the author writes about an iphone integration. This is your Android device projected on to your skin. I doubt it will be possible to render a stable image with such a low angle of projection. Any small shift can expand or reduce the projection many folds. No sensor will be able to cope with that. So most likely this won’t exist in this form… maybe as an arm band with flexible display.

    • 9
      rahulpoonia01 on December 24, 2014 Reply

      Thanks Jonjon Taka, for standing by and sharing your thoughts,

      According to rumors, this will be in markets soon – so we thought it to publish to be a trend in the tech world.

      If this comes to the markets in 2015, we will see a huge change in the Smartphone Sales and soon after this, many smart gadget manufacturers will start experimenting on this device and will come with something even cooler.
      Lets hope for the best!

    • 10
      Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on December 25, 2014 Reply

      Thanks Jonjon Taka, for standing by and sharing your thoughts,

      According to rumors, this will be in markets soon – so we thought it to publish to be a trend in the tech world.

      If this comes to the markets in 2015, we will see a huge change in the Smartphone Sales and soon after this, many smart gadget manufacturers will start experimenting on this device and will come with something even cooler.
      Lets hope for the best!

      • 11
        morten hundevad on December 27, 2014 Reply

        lol

      • 12
        Anthony Jacobs on January 2, 2015 Reply

        Give us estimated pricing so those of us that are interested can have cash in hand. After the day of release bugs are fixed, of course… 🙂

        • 13
          Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on January 3, 2015 Reply

          Cicret co-founder, Guillaume Pommier, told Gizmag that the company expects to have the bracelet, conceived a year ago and designed over the course of six months, on the market in about 18 months, with a price tag of up to $400. The first prototype should be ready by late December.

          • 14
            morten hundevad on February 18, 2015

            and i can walk on water

  • 15
    Misterio Guy on January 1, 2015 Reply

    But how? Motion sensor? That’s really one complicated gadget, and it is gonna be really harder to fix. Wow. My mind is blown.

    • 16
      Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on January 2, 2015 Reply

      I think this Cicret Bracelet has got awesome quality Projectors plus the Touch Sensor Rays. The Motion Sensor may cuase issues but its more like a Smartphone Shake to Unlock it.

      You are right, its gonna be really hard, but nothing is impossible, So Hope for it to roll out in markets soon in 2015 only.
      Happy New Year 🙂

  • 17
    It Was Never Just 42 on January 4, 2015 Reply

    Totally bogus device that will never make it to market.

    The biggest reason? You cannot project dark onto light – it’s a physical impossibility. Dark is the absence of light – how on earth is this device going to subtract light to present a dark background? Normally our eyes perceive black when compared to other colors, but since this is meant to be projected onto a light skin there is NO chance whatsoever of seeing a dark image in broad daylight. The laws of science do NOT allow such a feat to take place. Sorry for anyone excited by this, but it’s a physical impossibility.

    And don’t get me started on how come your finger doesn’t block the projected image. I mean, how many of you have walked past a light source and have NOT cast a shadow? I guess vampirism is a qualification for owning one of these suckers (ow, bad pun!).

    Speaking of projection, anyone who has a projector will know that the bulbs have to be very bright to counteract light bleed (lumens). And scaled accordingly. And focused because even on my home theatre, if I’m even 1mm out it can be the difference between a razor sharp image and total fuzziness. Yet somehow these guys think they can pack in a lamp bright enough to light up and entire entire on your arm, with no loss of focus no matter how your arm flexes and bracelet shifts, and that won’t burn through both batteries, bracelet and your arm?

    Right….

    Totally and utter bogusware with no chance of ever ever making it off the ground, no matter how cool the video mockups make it look.

    The ONLY thing this device is designed for is to prove the old adage that “A fool and his money are easily parted”.

    • 18
      Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on January 5, 2015 Reply

      First of all, Thanks for taking time to share you thoughts 🙂

      * The time when projectors were introduced, people were wondering how is this possible ? Some of them even said its impossible to make it work. but most of the people are having experience of Projectors today.
      I agree that the we can’t project dark over light, but still i doubt that maybe with a replacement to Dark Areas, this thing is going to get rolled out.

      All your points are worth noticing, but again we should wish these developers luck, so that we can experience something unique and Incredible Gadget right on our Arm.

      • 19
        It Was Never Just 42 on January 5, 2015 Reply

        With a rollout date of this year?

        Projectors have been around since forever. There was never any doubt a projector could work because a projector simply pushes light past an image. Doesn’t matter if the image was a negative, a film still, a moving image or a digital image. No-one had doubts that the next version could happen, just how to do digital.

        I’m a geek, I love gadgets, but I’m also a realist. And there’s some things this device cannot solve simply because physics won’t let them.

        So, onto physics 101:

        Pretending just for a moment that they managed to create a pico projector that small that could project an image with the resolution of a cell phone (the nearest one available is twice the height of the bracelet) and it wouldn’t melt the arm, bracelet and eat batteries like it was going out of fashion.

        The moment your finger moves directly in front on the projector, the entire image will no longer be on the arm, but now on the finger.

        It’s basic elementary physics. Light cannot bend and cannot be observed to be bent without another form of external stimuli such as a lens.

        Sometimes one has to be realistic when one sees something new and clever. Cicret have covered NONE of these things (in fact, notice there is scant little ‘technical’ information out there) and yet, if they had solved them they they’d at least mention that in their request for seed and venture money.

        • 20
          Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on January 6, 2015 Reply

          Awesome Information,
          Our Readers will now be happy to understand the truth behind the Cicret Bracelet or any other technology change that developers pretend to finish and start selling the actual product.

          Being realistic will save bunch of their precious time as you said.
          Hope We ( including our awesome users ) will get to learn more from your Crunchy words & discussions.
          Thanks for contributing to this Article on Loudfind 🙂

  • 21
    Emiliano Leporati on January 4, 2015 Reply

    Tricky to use in the cold since you need skin / flat surface.
    Works only in summer, or well heated environments where you can wander around in t-shirt. Not suitable for white collars.

    • 22
      Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on January 5, 2015 Reply

      Points to be noticed !

      We can only hope for the best and wish developers of this Awesome Gadget to fit every weather and Season 🙂

  • 23
    Illutian Kade on January 7, 2015 Reply

    Well, this would be interesting…but, I’m afraid my wrist isn’t wide enough 😛

    • 24
      Loudfind - Rahul Poonia on January 9, 2015 Reply

      LOL,
      Don’t Worry @illutian:disqus, if it is going to be rolled out this year and specifically not for the people with Arms not that wide, the Developers will definitely relaunch another version of it.

  • 25
    Meh on January 16, 2015 Reply

    – Since when can black be projected?

    – Display won’t be or will be barely visible at all outdoors or in bright light.

    – Needs light skin in order to project on to (based on the mock image).

    – Your finger will cast a shadow because it will block display projection coming from the bracelet.

    – The images will warp because arms are not perfectly flat and wrist moves.

    – Projection intensity and sharpness of image degrades drastically at a steep angle; and also fades progressively.

    – Battery..out of the question.

    – This is just a cool concept with scores of people immediately believing in to. If display is literally bonded in your skin, this concept is more feasible.

    – People please..DON’T BE TOO GULLIBLE.

  • 26
    David Manske on January 18, 2015 Reply

    If this device were to make it to the market you’d have to replace the lamp or buy an entirely new device.

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