3 GADGETS YOU NEVER KNEW EXISTED

The Aviador Wallet

This unique wallet has potential to be the future of wallets; the design is simple but the function is seamless.

This wallet connects directly to your smartphone, so that if you lose it, you simply use the app on your phone to locate it in seconds. This simple idea is very useful if you’re like me and forget where you leave your wallet regularly. It also can send an alert to your phone if your wallet is being opened.

The wallet has other features such as a built in 8gb USB flash card, an NFC chip and a panic button. The NFC chip can be programmed to pay for purchases, or even used as an electronic key for opening doors. These functions bring the Aviador into a class of its own when it comes to wallets, as its competitors are merely storing your cash.

The most impressive feature in my opinion is the panic button. You simply fold the panic button corner and the wallet is traceable by GPS. This means that if you get mugged, simply activate the panic button and it could be of huge assistance to the Gardaí.

The price for one of these high tech wallets now is estimated at €150 although if you supported them on IndieGogo.com then you could get one for as little as €50.

SKULLY AR-1: Rebel Innovation

Our AR technology fundamentally enhances human capability to make the road safer for everyone. The first Augmented Reality motorcycle helmet to feature a built-in Heads-Up Display and 180° Blindspot Camera, the SKULLY AR-1 makes you Superhuman by Design™. Follow SKULLY and our CEO on Instagram: https://instagram.com/skullysystems/ https://instagram.com/marcusweller/ Order your SKULLY AR-1 at www.skully.com/store.

The Skully AR1

This product is my personal favourite out of these. If you are a motorcyclist this could be the perfect gadget for you – a high tech Motorcycle helmet.

The Skully AR1 has a built in Heads Up Display (HUD)- a term generally used in video games such as Call of Duty or Need for Speed. What this basically means is a digital dashboard which shows you the speed you are traveling at, a map of where to go, any incoming calls to your mobile phone, weather conditions and much more.

The Helmet shows all this information in your peripheral vision, careful not to take your attention from the road and has a rear view camera so you can see what’s behind you.
Not only has it passed the regulations to be deemed roadworthy, but the rear-view camera is a huge advancement for the safety of motorcyclists.

This product is so advanced it can only be compared to one of the most high-tech gadgets of our time, Google Glass. Perhaps this last feature makes the Skully its superior – the high-tech helmet has a visor that can adapt to the strength of the sun using a button on the side. The expected price for this product is €1,150 (if you think that’s too high just remember that Google Glass is expected to retail at €1,350).

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Cicret Bracelet

This product is probably the most unbelievable of the 3. This bracelet on your wrist projects a screen on to your forearm. This screen works as if your forearm is the touchscreen.

This seems like something from iRobot or Ironman but is an actual wearable, usable piece of technology. It works by projecting a screen from the 8 different ports of the bracelet. It then reads your touching the projected screen, and turns itself on and off by the flick of your wrist. If this isn’t the future, then what is?

This product is expected to cost €350.

The Cicret Bracelet (Concept video)

The Cicret Bracelet (Concept video). With the Cicret Bracelet, you can make your skin your new touchscreen. Read your mails, play your favorite games, answer your calls, check the weather, find your way…Do whatever you want on your arm. More infos: www.cicret.com.

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