The market for connected objects is booming. There are now more brands that offer watches or some bracelets connected of all kinds, allowing you to tracker your sports activity or just to have all the notifications of your smartphone available directly on the wrist.
And today is a concept in this area that we will talk about:Bangle, a surprising innovation that could well define the future of the jewelryperfectly coupled to the technology. Behind this idea lies a designer project Danny Burnside for London society Square Circle Media. As much to warn you immediately: Bangle is a project and it is not a real connected object that you will find in the trade (at least for now). But it can nevertheless assert itself as a source of inspiration for industrialists in the field.
Let's talk more concretely about the object. Bangle is a connected bracelet revolutionary which allows you to display an infinite collection of jewelry. In principle, many visuals are available allowing you to display "Virtual jewels" which match perfectly with your current outfit. But what is particularly striking are the features offered by theaccelerometer which seems to work neatly.
At the slightest movement of the hand or arm, "Virtual jewels" broadcast on your bracelet Bangle move. This conceptual bracelet was of course also designed to offer everything that a connected bracelet classic can offer: activity tracking, GPS, notifications from your smartphone, etc ...
Anyway, we really flashed on this concept and our only regret is that it is finally a concept that it will surely never be possible to get it. To find out more about the innovative project Bangle, we invite you to visit the Behance page of the project.
Imagined by:Danny Burnside ofSquare Circle Media