â€śHave I heard it rightâ€ť â€“ you would be suspecting, so did I. Is it really possible to get our daily usable commodities to be operated by mobile operating system? Android app developers are no mo more limited to under the hood of Smartphone and tablets. We are soon going to hear about an Android based Smart-watch and on other substances where it seems most unlikely on present day such as bathroom mirror, camera, TV and radio.
Â A Smartwatch is on headway Â
A new kid on the block, Wimm One is allying with Android app developers to bring in this smart watch on our cuff. After we have already seen a wrist wrapping iPod Nano, we might soon be wearing this Android watch. So, what are the special features of this watch? Will that look bulky with various apps and tools? Let us get into detail. The watch would feature Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections plus the watch would view text messages and details on incoming calls. Now this Android gadget is also capable of using apps. So we can get RSS feeds, calendar appointments, Labyrinth game and an accelerometerÂ and a magnetometer to track our movements.
An Android mirror? Â
â€śMirror, mirror, can you send my recent weight, height, BMI to my doctor?â€ť Mirror replies â€“ â€śdata sentâ€ť. Is this the future of the Smart mirror? There could be one such mirror in future as a screen called Cybertecture Mirror is coming up. This is a screen of 50×80 centimeter that will enable mirror lookers to access web, read news updates, check Facebook updates and also check out weather forecasts as you put on the lip gloss before going out in the morning. Yes, the mirror can also send your recent physical details like height, weight, body mass index, water mass, bone mass and fat content while you brush your teeth in the morning. To check out the mirror in person, you have to head to a plush hotel like Al Qasr in Dubai, Peninsula Group in Hong Kong or to any houses of rich and famous, because it costs around $7,700.
Android Radio Â Â
We are already familiar to Smart TV, how about a Smart radio then? Luckily, it is not too far. The Rydeen Mobile Electronics’ DV621 runs on Android OS and is fixed to the cars. The device features a customizable Android interface, a 6.2-inch touchscreen, a GPS antenna and works well with Google Maps software. It can use Bluetooth to sync mobile phones.
Two more unlikely devices would soon run Android are a Polaroid Smart Camera with 16 megapixel camera and a Nyxio Smart Android TV to let you watch TV and play Angry Birds on 21.5 to 65 inches screen.