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Cicret Bracelet

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Mike Jr Bosak

on 19 February 2015

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Transcript of Cicret Bracelet

Cicret Bracelet
Why is it so special?
The Cicret Bracelet is special and unique because it is a bracelet, it is waterproof, and can do almost anything your phone can, such as browse the internet.
How it works
The Cicret Bracelet uses a tiny pico projector, which connects to your phone, and projects its screen onto your arm.
What can it do?
The Cicret Bracelet can browse the internet, play games, send and receive emails, and can even answer your phone. Although, you cannot talk through the bracelet, you can turn on speaker through the device.
What it does
The Cicret Bracelet projects your phone onto your arm, where it cannot be shattered or dropped.
How it connects
It connects to your phone via bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Proximity Detectors
The bracelet has 8 proximity detectors that tell the bracelet where you touched your arm to tell your phone what to do.
How to turn it on
To turn on the device, all you have to do is shake your arm. This works because of an accelerometer implanted in the device.
A bracelet, not yet in stores, that projects your phone onto your arm!
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