Have you seen a smartwatch moving in five directions? The revolutionary smartwatch we are covering in this report is offering you the smart utility. It can move in five different ways and allow you great piece of utility on the move.
The watch is ingeniously designed to address the limitations and inabilities of fixed-face watches. It can actually rotate, rise, translate, orbit and hinge and can be highly beneficial for people with physical challenges and other impairments.
The prototype has been named Cito and is being tried and tested to prove fit in the realistic conditions. As rightly said by Xing-Dong Yang, Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, US –
“Users want smartwatches that fit their lifestyles and needs.”
As professed by many technology scholars and scientists, this invention would allow even more reasons for people to wear smartwatches and will prove as a revolutionary product for people with disability.
Expect Cito to be presented at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Colorado anytime soon.