Smart Watches gain popularity in the late 19th century as an on-the-go device with smart phone features. First introduced in 1982 with the brand name ‘Pulsar’ manufactured by Hamilton Watch Company, smart watch has grown its relevance and there are many companies manufacturing smart watches this days such as Sony, Samsung, Motorola, LG and Nike etc. While some models can perform only general tasks like gaming, calculation, translation etc, sophisticated smart watches have mobile operating system allowing it to function just like your smart phone. With the help of Bluetooth and NFC chips, we can connect the smart watch with the smartphone.
Most automobiles have blind spots that are caused due to their design that are major causes of accidents and injuries. Sadly, although reverse camera technology which limits the rear blind spots have been in existence since the 1990s, it has historically been a solution for the exotic cars only.
At the moment, this technology is being rolled out en-mass to most cars in order to reduce the occurrence of accidents had while reversing, whether via hitting a culvert, another car or worse still by hitting a pedestrian. A backup camera can be defined as a minute wide-angle camera connected to a vehicles infotainment system and mounted on the rear to monitor rear traffic. There are currently different variations including the wireless reversing backup cameras
Stemming from the 18th-century photographic filming cameras era, camera technology has once again taken a major spike with the introduction of action cameras. These are highly durable cameras that are designed to capture wide-angle action videos in real time offering as much as 120 frames per second.
These digital are most often waterproof and they are designed for capturing tasking challenges and outdoor events such as scuba diving, skiing, and even bungee jumping. The market leader in this camera niche is the GoPro that has a wide range of products and compatible accessories to match them.
Living in a major city like Boston might have exposed you to the sad news of accidents involving bicycle riders. These accidents occur more rampantly than the local news can cover, destroying or altering lives and property to the benefit of no party involved.
Although bicycle horns are one of the smaller parts of any bicycle, they represent a crucial component for mitigating the dangers of biking in the city. We all know the horn does not stop an accident from occurring neither does it replace a worn-out brake pad during an accident, but instead, it alerts all nearby commuters and drivers of the presence of a cyclist
The world as we know it today would not be in existence should brave men not have taken it upon themselves to develop the transport technology we see and use today. One of these great inventions is the bicycle that has been in existence since the 1800s. Over the years, this machine has undergone some improvements to make it more usable and relevant to human needs. One of this need is the need for lighting as depicted by the various state laws such as Washington’s that mandates the use of bicycle front lights.
These laws mandate the need for a front light that transcends that provided by a helmet or tailgate light.