You might be twenty years old, but your body could be much older. There used to be no way to know, until some researchers from the Lancaster University in the UK came up with something called the “endotheliometer.”
Morphix Technologies has been working on a new bio-chemical detection device for the Marines, but with the world being what it is today, they know that many others are going to want one too. The Morphix Chameleon is a wearable gadget that will let you know what toxic substances are in the air.
ShockSlayer is one of those guys you can rely on to crank out cool portable game consoles, and the (occasional light-up Zelda belt buckle) but it turns out that in his spare time, he likes to play with fire.
In this vid clip, SS shows off his work-in-progress wrist-work flamethrower in action.
It looks like nightmares are becoming a reality for the Japanese. A new cell phone from KDDI, that’s packaged attractively as a wrist phone, will be able to tell if you’re slacking off at work. It will then rat you out to your boss!
This is definitely some Orwellian technology.
Here’s a girly-girl accessory that looks much more like a swanky piece of jewelry than a storage device for your computer.
But beneath the surface of this sparkly bejeweled bracelet is a hidden USB flash drive.
After releasing the croissant wrist support, Brando is back with another pastry prop. I think this time they’re aiming for people with simple taste. Crazy people with simple taste. The White Bread Wrist Rest is what it says it is: it’s a white bread wrist rest.
Brando says that it’s also good for “decoration”.
Ever find yourself running out of juice in your mobile gadget? Leave it to the wizards at Japan’s Thanko to come up with a new way to keep your devices charged long beyond their standard battery capacity.
The charger bracelet straps around your wrist and provides supplemental power to you portable gear when you’re on the road.
This smartly-designed carrying case for the iPod Shuffle (2nd generation model) lets you wear the player on your wrist, just like a watch.
The soft case snugly fits your minuscule media player to protect it from dust and scratches.
A couple of years back, GoPro introduced a compact wrist-worn digital camera which let you shoot photos while you participated in sporting activities.
The problem was that the original only shot really low resolution pics that didn’t look very good.
A while back, we featured the first ever MP4 video player watch. Now you can pick up a wrist-worn player with a full 16:9 ratio widescreen.
The wrist player features a 1.8-inch widescreen color display (isn’t that an oxymoron like “jumbo shrimp?”)