Twitter Reveals Its Wearable Helmet as Part of April Fools Day

By: Itai Buenahora - Apr 3, 2014
References: abcnews.go & mashable
Twitter was destined to fly into the lucrative world of wearable devices, and on April Fools no less, it released its Twitter Helmet, serving as one of the most buzzing April Fools Day pranks of the year.

The Twitter Helmet is a wearable helmet device that engulfs the users entire head while simultaneously enabling them to "interact with the world around them entirely via a custom aviary interface." A simple pecking motion while wearing the helmet will also allow users to tweet instantly.

The idea includes a plethora of bird-related accessories such as "a hand-tooled leather case inspired by falconry hoods, feather-shaped Wi-Fi and cellular signal boosters, and a carbon fiber chinstrap with optional wattle-form factor microphone," and with such complex details to justify this concept, it is undoubtedly one that could potentially catch on.