Wearable technology is getting more and more popular these days. From intelligent glasses, ready to offer you unique experiences, through augmented reality snapshots, maps and recommendations of all kinds, to smart watches that can be easily synchronised with smartphones, this technology, which literally “sticks” on you, is quite exciting and it “predicts” the future. We are the generation that explored and still explores the boundaries of control. With a simple tap on a watch’s display, a voice command or if we push the limit even forward, through eye recognition, perceived as an automated method of biometric identification, we open doors, we get to the destination or we access information in seconds. It’s an accessible world we’re living in.
A few days ago, we heard about a cool gadget that is about to be released on Kickstarter, that records everything you hear. Kapture, for this is the name of it, is a youthful and sleek wristband, that allows you to save and share what was just said. “Buffering 24/7, the wristband saves only the last 60 seconds of audio with a tap of your hand.” The wearable-tech device is envisioned as a fashionable item, that captures the moments that matter most.
Mike Sarow, one of the company’s founders explains: “We launched Kapture based on a simple but powerful idea. With this technology, you can preserve and share real-time memories in a completely new way.”