The 'Aring' is a Chic Ring That Facilitates Touch-Free Phone Operation

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jul 7, 2015
References: aring.2whynot & psfk
A Taiwanese company has developed a piece of wearable jewelry that facilities touch-free phone operation. At first glance, the 'Aring' appears to be a stylish and modern ring. But in reality, this piece of wearable technology doubles as a wireless interface for your mobile devices.

The Aring is equipped with a built-in microphone, as well as Bluetooth connectivity. To use the Aring, users press a single button and then use their voice to activate various commands on their smartphone. The ring uses Bluetooth technology and the Google Now service to transmit these voice commands to your smartphone. The device allows users to do everything from setting alarms to taking notes.

The idea behind the Aring is to use the power of wearable technology to facilitate touch-free phone operation and make it easier to operate our devices.