Wearable Devices, the pioneer in cutting-edge technology, introduces the Mudra Band, a smart bracelet designed to revolutionize the interaction with Apple devices. Launched at CES 2024 in Las Vegas, this bracelet leverages Surface Nerve Conductance technology to interpret brain signals sent to the hands and fingers, seamlessly translating them into digital commands for iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs, and Mac computers.
Termed as Air Touch, the groundbreaking feature aims to redefine the user experience, making it more natural and fluid. Initially introduced in 2021, the bracelet has been enhanced with new features before its official market release. The standout feature allows users to effortlessly control devices in six directions (6DOF), enabling a smoother interaction with Apple smart devices. Moreover, the bracelet facilitates wireless control of various devices through integration with smart glasses and drones.
The timing of Mudra Band’s launch aligns with the expanding market for smart glasses, particularly in augmented and mixed reality. This innovation caters to users who seek a hands-free approach to navigate software interfaces without the constraints of control levers, replacing traditional keyboards and mouse devices.
Priced at $350, the Mudra Band is available globally, including the U.S. The company is actively collaborating with developers to broaden the bracelet’s applications, spanning software controls and device management, solidifying its position at the forefront of wearable technology.”
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