Samsung's latest design for a digital timepiece features a projecting smartwatch screen that creatively displays the face onto the wearer's skin. The design utilizes the consumers body as part of the gadget, allowing consumers to use the device by punching numbers and commands directly onto their skin.
The newly engineered smartwatch makes use of a head-mounted display that is able to project the screen onto surrounding surfaces such as the wearer's skin. The screen can showcase what is displayed on the watch or connect to laptops and smartphones to do the same. Users can receive and interact with notifications, texts, emailing, calls and more directly by touching the virtual screen displayed on the hand rather than the watch itself. The innovative design expands the surface of the screen to provide a bigger display.
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