The “smart” ring will be equipped with a small touch screen, as well as a set of applications powered by a thumb. The built-in microphone will allow you to dictate text messages while the camera takes pictures. In the ring can also be installed biometric sensors that fix the heart rate, temperature and other indicators.
With iRing, users can track new e-mail messages and receive notifications from applications. Having established a connection with the owner’s smartphone, the gadget will be able, using its GPS, to display on the screen the display of the desired site of the terrain.
Entrepreneur and Internet consultant of Interconnected company Matt Webb described the possible novelty as follows:
“The ring can carry additional functions, for example, store all of our passwords. This turns iRing into a “ring of the XXI century”.