Between introductions of long-anticipated hardware and curious new software, the digital pipeline remains packed with exciting new gimmicks. In particular, new Bluetooth applications are extending well beyond enabling standard hands-free phone conversations, and eager gadgeteers are chomping at the bit to be among the first to experiment with them. One in particular worth checking out is hi-Call, the glove that brings a gesture to life.
hi-Call: Playing make-believe is typically an imagination exercise, but Italian company hi-Fun has created taken it to a highly functional level. The hi-Call is a Bluetooth-enabled glove with a built-in phone that’s activated by users holding their hands to their faces in the universal “call me” gesture. A speaker and microphone are sewn into the thumb and pinkie, and the dry cleanable garment boasts a battery life of up to 10 days. While cold weather callers can also find relief from similar accessories (like text-friendly gloves), the hi-Call takes it to the next level by allowing phones to stay in pockets while maintaining a simple, intuitive interface.
Check hi-Fun out at http://www.hi-fun.com/it
Check hi-Call out at http://www.hi-fun.com/it/accessori-iphone-ipod-ipad/hi-call/
Source: Cassandra Daily
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