It’s as easy to put on as a traditional armband, but is packed full of technology that lets it track both your hand movements and arm motions, then lets you use those gestures to control virtually anything on your desktop, laptop or smartphone. It’s a lot like Iron Man Tony Stark’s gesture-controlled holo-computer, but without the super-cool imagery.
No one is better at selling stylish tech than Apple. Now that it is hiring more experts from the fashion world, might they expand the possibilities, seek out alternative brands that have both style and tech at their heart, in order to expand the Apple portfolio?
“There’s now a trend of how we use technology to enhance the shopping experience rather than use technology to be the only shopping experience…”
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