Windows On My Wrist By Radhika Seth 08/05/2014 Enough of those Apple iWatch concepts; its time now to turn the heat up for good ole Microsoft! Take a look at this ‘Microsoft Windows for Wearable OS’, a Smartwatch that is intuitive, functional and very Microsoft. Designer: Nadir Aslam SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket260 Shares Related Posts This hip-bag can seamlessly expand into a full-size backpack in under 10 seconds It’s safe to say that the DUPLEX bags bring a rather new definition to the term ‘expansion packs’! With their unique shape-shifting design, DUPLEX’s bags can… This innovative smart helmet doesn’t just protect you from accidents, it prevents them altogether The car has multiple safeguards in place to prevent collisions and accidents. Sure, it has a seatbelt and an airbag, but the car’s headlight, taillight, indicators,… This furniture system can furnish your entire room just by repurposing stainless steel cable ties! Cable ties are those flexible fastening strips that bend back and forth like those blow-up air dancers that hang around drive-thru oil changes and car washes…. Drowning Man Requires Hip Rescue Gear If the Scorpion and Sting Ray team is not your style of rescue mission while drowning, then maybe you’d like to look at a much hipper… This AI chess board runs millions of winning strategies before guiding you to victory I’m reminded of a scene from Avengers: Endgame, when Doctor Strange ran 14 million alternate life-or-death strategies before cryptically signaling to Tony Stark that there was… The next generation of chinos comes with stain-repelling fabric, RFID-blocking pockets and custom made for you It’s perfectly normal to demand more from the stuff you own. Great products are ones that are designed through observation, taking into consideration how they’re used… TagsConceptMicrosoftNadir AslamsmartwatchWearableswindows Previous articleSnack Packs for Snack Attacks Next articleCalculator 2.0 6 Comments Stuh says: 08/08/2014 at 12:57 am Well.. Have you ever try any android wear device? your scale of UI were apparently too small to operate properly. Also the watch itself is too small. Comments are closed.