SOLOS smart glasses will change the way you work out

solosSo you are all in when it comes to the smart device revolution, with the smartphone being one of the most basic of tools to own these days. Of course, following that you will also have a plethora of smart watches to choose from, so why not go the whole nine yards and have a pair of smart glasses to go along with the entire shebang? This is what Kopin Corporation’s SOLOS smart glasses is all about. Touted to be the lightest augmented reality smart glasses in the world that caters for sports and consumer fitness niches, it has been specially designed to inform and inspire athletes and consumers alike, pushing them to reach their full potential.

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WHILL Model Ci personal mobility device

Model_CiIn the past, we used to get around on our two legs most of the time, but when mobility devices such as the bicycle became commonplace, that was all the rage. Of course, over the years, there were skateboards and in-line skates that made it easier to cover the distance without breaking out too much of a sweat. WHILL decided to take a look at the personal mobility device category and introduce what it thinks could be a game-changer: the Model Ci. This is touted to be a life-changing assistive personal mobility device which empowers confidence, and it will also feature IoT integration in order to deliver premium customer care.

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BEAM Authentic showcases a wearable smart button

beamWhen it comes to wearable technology, there are dime a dozen examples on display, and the smartwatch is one of the prime devices that showcase just how versatile wearable technology can be in changing our lives for the better. BEAM Authentic figured out that there are still other unexplored areas when it comes to wearable technology, which is why it has come up with the BEAM smart wearable button that will open up the door for one to broadcast the exact things that they care about out in the real world.

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The Knog Oi Bicycle Bell politely moves pedestrians from your path

Kong Oi Bicycle Bell

Once you add riding a bike to your daily routine, you start to realize what accessories you would benefit from. If you live out in the country with limited street lighting, then adding visibility will be your priority. If you’re in a bigger city, visibility will be equally important, but navigating your way through hoards of pedestrians will be another aspect to worry about.

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The Kucho Air-Conditioned Cooling Pack – keep your cool in school

Air Conditioned Backpack

When you have to walk a mile or two to get to class, a backpack with a few books in it becomes a heavy burden that digs into your shoulders after the first few minutes of your journey. When the summer sun is in full effect, you also get to experience the joys of a tremendous amount of back sweat, making your bag a soggy mess the rest of the day. You can only cut down so many layers  of clothing to cool off before you might be charged with indecent exposure.

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The FitBark lets you know if your pooch is being a couch potato

FitBark

Dogs are slobbery balls of energy that are in a constant state of motion when they’re not being adorable on the couch or patiently begging for food. Sometimes though, they start being cute on the couch more than they should and pack on weight. We’re all prone to weight gain, but when it comes to your dog, it’s your responsibility to do something about it so they don’t develop health issues. It’s the same as having a kid who always wants to eat Cheetos and play video games, and making sure they don’t do that.

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This Fingerless Glove with LED lights makes detailed work in the dark possible

LED Glove

It’s only when you’ve been working the same job for a couple months that you start to realize what aspects you could improve on. Foot rests for under your desk and a wrist support at an office, a rechargeable thermos for those that work in tough conditions, and bike accessories for those with a commute. There’s an app or product for just about anything you can think of.

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The FNDN Heated Scarf is more than a swath of fabric

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When it’s bitingly cold outside, you want to wear as many layers as possible to keep warm. The problem therein lies with having to find space to store your multitude of extra clothing when you’re at work or a gathering. We don’t always have the convenience of being able to stash our stuff away, which makes us want to wear less, but also not chance getting a cold from exposure to the freezing temperatures.

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Sgnl – answer your phone with your finger through your watch

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The more we learn about our own bodies, the more interesting our technology becomes. We still don’t know everything there is to know about the brain and the nervous system, but there’s plenty that we do have a pretty firm grasp of understanding on. Bone conduction has been a rising market for some time now, with headsets, earpieces, and even advertisements being played through glass on trains.

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The Weight-Reducing Backpack gives gravity the finger

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When you have to go the entire day with everything you need on your person, you know how important having a good bag is. Whether it’s a messenger bag with shoulder padding, a backpack with comfortable straps, or a purse that won’t cut into your shoulder, you’re going to use it enough to know quality when you wear it. The only problem with backpacks is that they’re meant to hold a lot, so we put a lot in them, weighing us down.

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