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Top 5 of the best objects connected to the Wearable Tech Show

 

This year Wearable Tech Show has still brought 2015 to us the novelties in the big family of the connected objects. We selected for you the top 5 of the best connected objects presented to Wearable TS in the show  London Excel.

Atlas design its connected bracelet
Nous avons sélectionné pour vous le top 5 des meilleurs objets connectés présenté au Wearable Tech Show au salon London ExCel.

Atlas design a bracelet connected for the sport which detects automatically when the user is in service. One of the peculiarities of this bracelet with regard to the others, it is because it adapts itself to all the sports. But not that, it gets automatically which sport is practised among hundred among which the swimming, the cycling, the athletics … It also has an optical sensor to calculate your pulsations heart patient. Atlas developed its own applications, but can also go back up its information in applications dedicated specially to the sport.

The bracelet can be pre-ordered on the Web site of Atlas for approximately 165£ that is 234€.

Teiimo iilation Jacket, the intelligent jacket

Nous avons sélectionné pour vous le top 5 des meilleurs objets connectés présenté au Wearable Tech Show au salon London ExCel.

Tejimo iilation Jacket is a German intelligent leather jacket. She allow to warm certain zones of the body as the back, the shoulders, the neck and the loins. But that’s not all, the jacket connects Bluetooth on your smartphone and has a microphone and two small loudspeakers to allow you to mak alls but also to listen music thanks to its kit free hands integrating into the collar of the jacket. You can also reload your telephone by intersin it into an USB ort situated in the pocket. The jacket reloads easiy thanks to both batteries supplied in the pack. You can pre-order your jacket diectly from the official site, the prices vary between 2690 € and 350€ according to the model and the choosen size.

V1bes: the detector ring of stressV1bes sensors3

V1bes is a Finnish Start-up which created a connected object capable of getting the stress of his user and of ending it. The ring settles easily on the finger and is not very cumbersome to be able to be carried everywhere. He detects three types of stress, that of the heart, your body and the environment which surrounds you. The user can even put the ring on the front to detect more exactly brain waves.
The bracelet is already in pre-order on the site Indiegogo, the start-up should throw its product before September at the $199 price is 188€.

Interaxon’s Muse Brain Sensing Headband, for your brain

Nous avons sélectionné pour vous le top 5 des meilleurs objets connectés présenté au Wearable Tech Show au salon London ExCel.

This headband(banner) created by Interaxon would allow to relax the brain. The users can exercise their spirit to improve their attention, identify the entertainments and so react faster to find all their attention.
The headband(banner) is already available in the United Kingdom on Amazon at the 238£ price(prize) that is 337€. He(it) requires the use of an application on iOS or Android to be functional.

Burg Smartwatch by Hermen Van Den Burg

Nous avons sélectionné pour vous le top 5 des meilleurs objets connectés présenté au Wearable Tech Show au salon London ExCel.

Hermen Van Den Burg to create also his own connected watch. This one is going to allow the users to use their watch without needing to connect in their smartphone. The autonomous functions of the watch Burg extend in the calendar, in the calculator, in the reader MP3/MP4 MP3/MP4, in the radio and also the access to a camera to be able to take, look and send pictures directly from the watch.
The smartwatch is available from now on on Walmart at the $199 price that is 187 €

 

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