Designed to help overcome the visibility problems of wrist worn smart technology, the Cito Smartwatch can twist, rotate, orbit, translate and hinge. The watch contains several motors, which have the ability to shift the watch face to an angle that is easily accessible for the wearer, without the wearer having to move their arm.
Smartphone users are familiar with various scenarios in which a smartphone can diminish productivity, or prove to be bothersome. The watch, which is still a prototype, is designed with the wearer in mind, allowing for an advanced simplification of day-to-day tasks. Although convenient for most, the smartwatch would also drastically benefit people with physical and mental disabilities or impairments.
With convenience and functionality at the forefront of its smart technology, the Cito Smartwatch aims to create even more reasons for the integration of smart technology in our day-to-day lives.
The Cito Smartwatch Can Move in Five Different Directions
Ellen Smith — May 10, 2017 — Tech
References: indianexpress & ideaconnection