This Jacket Will Vibrate and Let You Know When and Where to Turn [VIDEO]
Nov 12, 2013 15:37
Wearable tech company Wearable Experiments created the Navigate jacket. It uses haptic feedback and LED lighting to provide directions for the wearer. The jacket comes with an app that stores destinations and uploads them to the jacket's built in GPS system and allows the wearers to walk to their destination without having to whip out their devices for directions.
LED lights will let the wearer know how far they are before the next turn, and vibrations will let them know when to turn and in which direction.
Would you rather wear this or Google Glass? Check out the Navigate Jacket below:
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