Posted by imankikukMonday, August 30, 201025
In this fast-moving era where people barely get time to organize or settle down their personal affairs, no matter how important they are, thinking of entertainment or recreational aspects is virtually a crime. Designed by Kingyo, a UI designer from ChengDu, China, the “Mercator” is a life support equipment that makes use of holographic imaging and nano-technology to help people manage their day-to-day needs with minimum fuss. You can use the hi-tech device to manage your regular tasks, like health checkups, appointments, shopping, maps, navigation and more. Combining the nano-materials with the new AMD processor chip, the device comes in the form of a bracelet, made of nickel-metal hydride, and integrates rechargeable batteries. The Mercator not only changes color, but also presents a curvy design for the ease of use, while enhancing the personality of the user.