First Projection Watch Beams Notifications And The Time Onto The Wearer’s Hand

First Projection Watch Beams Notifications And The Time Onto The Wearer’s Hand

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Technological watches is in a really high tide in the market right now, there’s always something new and trendy coming out and often very appealing to the tech-savvy costumers. One new example is the Ritot, which ranks as the “First Projection Watch” and is a product of an extremely successful crowd-funding campaign.

[Image Source: Ritot]

The Ritot watch works in a very curious way, projecting the time on the back of your hands. It comes with a base that besides wirelessly recharging the watch’s battery, also functions as an interface for you to change the color of the projection. You activate the projection by tapping the watch or shaking your wrist, and after 10 seconds, the time disappears. Oh, and the watch is also waterproof.

Available in a variety of colors and two models (one is a bit more sporty), the watch connects to smartphones to project notifications for calls, messages, reminders, emails, calendar, Facebook or Twitter, climate and other applications. And, if the user chooses not to always have a message blinking on their skin, the watch can be programmed to vibrate only. The battery has a range of more than six days (150 hours) in projection mode, and a month on standby time.

[Image Source: Ritot]

The futuristic watch will be the first in the world capable of projecting information onto the user’s skin, and is scheduled to be hit the market in early 2015. The company who designed Ritot started a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo aiming for  US$ 50.000 to make the project happen, but 10 days left before the deadline, they had already raised more than US$ 1.000.000 – 20 times their initial goal.

[Image Source: Ritot]

 

[Image Source: Ritot]