HIRIS ‘wearable computer': home automation control on your wrist

You've probably used The Clapper at some point: it's a small device that turns lamps and other items on and off when someone claps nearby. It was a wonderful invention for the lazy among us, and now the same functionality is being promised through a "wearable computer" called HIRIS. This smartwatch of sorts allows wearers to control their connected home devices using various gestures like wrist turning and clapping, as well as bunch of other things like fitness and 3D tracking.

Read more: http://www.slashgear.com/hiris-wearable-computer-home-automation-control-on-your-wrist-22365738/

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