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Could Save Deaf People

 - Mar 12, 2007   Updated: Apr 7 2011
References: coolest-gadgets
The Personal Alarm Watch designed by Nikita Golovlev could be a true life saver by sensing vital measures like fire alarms to alert the user by vibration and flashing lights.

Implications - Security has gotten more advanced with burglar alarms and motion sensors; however, like most technology, smaller and more convenient is often better. While the featured product is still a concept, it's a useful one nonetheless and it may very well be the future of security should it come into fruition. Perhaps forms of protection will come in small sizes, but be just as equally effective. This could potentially apply to a variety of different products, which are smaller in size, but have big impacts.