Of all the new gadgets introduced over the last few years, the Cicret Bracelet has to be one of the most unique tech thingies I’ve seen. One look at Cicret’s kickstarter-like campaign video made me think they are onto something here. The bracelet connects wirelessly to a smartphone and projects a live image of your smartphone screen on your arm with just a flick of the wrist. Not only that, but you can tap, swipe, pinch or do anything else on the projected image just as you would do on the phone’s screen itself. Whether all of this magic will happen seamlessly without glitches or other bugs remains to be seen.
Here is Cicret’s pitch:
We need 700,000 euros to finish the first prototype of the CICRET BRACELET. Feel free to donate an amount of your choice. If everyone gives us 1 euro, we will make it and release our product!
The donation campaign is headquartered in Europe, but the video has gone viral worldwide, so here’s hoping the US will get it if it gets produced.
Now, I don’t know if this bracelet will ever see the light of day and I don’t know if will work as advertised and I don’t know what smartphones it will or won’t work with, but man, oh man, I want one. Visit Circet for more info.