It looks as if adding the word ‘Smart’ really makes a product with amazing features, using the digital technology. From Smart TV we have other innovative wearable smart products like Smart Ring, Smart Watch so far.
But the race towards other innovative smart products is continuing. And the result, we have more ‘Smart’ Products available like Smart Glass, Smart Jewelry and now Smart Glove, which really will bring changes in our life style and life.
Smart Glass: Google Glass and rivals help manufacturing Smart Glass and Google Glass and similar devices give workers hands-free access to computer-generated information in front of their eyes. The companies show how smart glass can reduce the need for manuals and printed instructions, eliminate production errors and cut steps from processes, resulting in improved productivity. Smart Glasses have found a new lease on life amongst industrial workers.
Smart Jewelry: A charming piece of Smart Jewelry can now make you feel like a superwoman. It is the ‘Leaf’, a small piece of jewelry that tracks all the basic fitness metrics and sleep quality, while also keeping tabs on stress levels, women’s reproductive cycles, and potentially more. And you can wear it as a clip on your lapel, a bracelet on your wrist, or a pendant in a necklace. Although the company exhibited the ‘Leaf’ in January, early buyers are now finally getting their wellness tracker.
Smart Glove: The latest Wearable Digital product is ‘Smart Glove’. Earlier this year Samsung had filed a patent for a ‘smart glove’, and it remains to be seen as to when exactly the product will arrive in the general market. So far, initial experiments have been conducted where blind people used the device, and now a new trial is under way, which will hopefully improve on the existing technology as well as open up new doors as to where this particular Smart Glove can be used.
The technology especially the ‘wearable’ technology is advancing so fast that you can expect more and more ‘smart wearables’ in the future like – ‘smart clothing’ will be the hottest trend of 2015, according to some reports.