The Cicret Bracelet eliminates the hardware of technology, and instead allows your skin to become your new touchscreen.
In November of 2014, the founders of the Cicret Bracelet first uploaded their concept video onto the web. Since then, they have received more than 10 million views on YouTube and have more than 6,000 donors.
And it’s simply as to why: this wearable technology is revolutionizing the future. The Cicret Bracelet eliminates the hardware of technology, and instead allows your skin to become your new touchscreen. It is now possible to read your email, play your favorite games, watch movies, check the weather, surf the Internet, everything you do on your smartphone, but now on your arm.
This groundbreaking wearing device projects your device onto your arm with a low-angle, works on any skin color, is controllable with your finger, and works in broad daylight.
The idea came from Laetitia Imperatrice, and her friends, Pascal Pommier, Guillaume Pommier, , Nicolas Cruchon, and Fabien Novlet have since developed the concept into reality. The French design company says that it will require a starting 850,000 euros (USD $965,815) to get the concept through development and legal issues, and then they are hoping to produce the product for mass market and have it available worldwide by the end of 2015 or early 2016, for somewhere between USD $199 and $399.
Follow the company’s Wordpress site to donate now to develop the Cicret Bracelet.
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