Telepathy One Connects People Via Wearable Device



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Telepathy Inc. has designed Telepathy One, a prototype model of the wearable glasses, unveiled at the SXSW Interactive 2013. This smart device is able to share emotional moments in real time with people you love. According to Takahito Iguchi, Telepathy Inc. CEO, the company develops and supplies social communication devices, which promote development of bonds between people, as if they have a telepathic connection. This device features a high-quality micro projection unit and integrated camera providing the user with stable visual information in a very realistic manner. Telepathy One wearable communication device can easily connect to other compatible devices via Bluetooth and thereafter you can check emails, go through feeds or do anything you want with the internet cloud. There are also ear buds and microphone so that you can listen to videos, music feed or communicate with other people Display and camera of Telepathy One are located in front of the eye and the 5-inch display that is projected shows all the latest updates, social network updates etc. The innovative wearable communication device will be available by the end of 2013 and it might well become Google Glasses’s rival.
Via:damngeeky.com
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future, Telepathy One, future technology, tech news, futuristic gadget, future device, Takahito Iguchi, SXSW Interactive 2013, futuristic

future, Telepathy One, future technology, tech news, futuristic gadget, future device, Takahito Iguchi, SXSW Interactive 2013, futuristic


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