Smart wearables with tactile display
The communicator with a screen on the neck is perceived as jewelry, it looks like a badge or an avatar in the offline world.
The neck is the best place to wear a microphone, speakers, camera, antennas, activity and emission sensors. This device is designed to recognize and translate verbal signals, gestures, touches and graphic symbols.
Tactile display allows you to instantly transmit signals without distracting hearing and vision functions. It provides a special way to stimulate emotions.
Our first step in this project is the eight channel tactile display.
Virtual personality formation (goal)
The device records all its owner's statements. Later on, artificial intelligence determines the amount of knowledge accumulated by the human being, their way of thinking, and intonation. If you use the device for decades, you'll be able to communicate with your younger self when an old person. The device has two separate microprocessors and two memory blocks on board. One processor works in a network with cloud data. The other processor works with personal data. This way accessing the virtual personality by the police is prevented.
Catch phrases: Wearable communicator, Smart necklace, Tactile display, Smart wearables, Intellectual jewelry, Emotional stimulant, Intimate gift, Status attribute, Vibro music, Vibro subtitles, Vibro telemetry, Tactile data transmission, Tactile subtitles, Remote touch, Communication tool, Translation of emotions, Computer games, Data translation for the blind or deaf, Subconscious analysis of data, Prompter, Massager, Video recorder, Voice recorder, Navigator, Breathing and heartbeat monitoring, emotional measurement, Alarm for lucid dreaming, Snoring alarm, Warning interface, Self-expression tool, Off-line Avatar, Extension of personal identity, Fitness tracking functionality, Conditional signs for others, Attracting attention, Connection to a smart house, Remote guard for fishing, Remote monitoring of baby activity, Synchronization of rhythms of the brain, Changing the emotional state.
Aleksey Zaitsevsky, 2017