First unveiled last year, the Cicret Bracelet is closer to becoming a reality, after being featured on many television news stations. If you missed the post, here’s how it works: it uses a miniature Pico projector and eight miniature proximity sensors to replicate an image of your device screen onto your arm. How does it communicate with your mobile device? Using low energy Bluetooth and a Wi-Fi component will connect you to the network. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Simply touching your arm with your finger will trigger one of the sensors and send the instruction back to the processor. Flicking your wrist activates the display on your arm. As you can see, the rugged Cicret bracelet is also water-resistant. Swiping, pinching and zooming will be supported along with tap to text. Best of all, you’ll be able to answer the phone with a flick of your wrist.