The 2016 is fast approaching and so is the millennium of wearables. 2015 has been really good year for the wearable tech, but that has just not stopped yet. December is on the verge of ending, but different companies are still very enthusiastic to publicly announce their tech.
We have made a brief sneak peek of the latest tech happenings around the world for this week. Have a look and tell us about the news which intrigued you most
HTV Vive Made An Appearance
The most happening news around the town this week had been, undoubtedly, the leaked pictures of New HTC Vive controller.
We have all been impatiently waiting for the January scheduled CES event so we can have a glimpse of the HTC Vive headset before its actual launch date which is expected to be April 2016. The news is authentic or not, we don’t know that, so you would have to take it with a pinch of salt.
The Reddit users claimed that they have spotted number of pictures from HTC’s official website. As per them, they are the updated rendition of the company’s headset and controller.
Time Watches Get Exclusive Pebble Health
Pebble has finally taken the much awaited round in its health series. The Pebble users got the basic interface update this week. Finally, the company has somewhat revolutionized sleep tracking and activity tracking in a very modern way.
Pebble has already earned a lot of name for being a tech changer this year due to its Smartstraps. And now, with the help of Pebble Health it is sure that the company would soon be up to the peak of success.
Hot In CrowdFunding
MAPO, a medical grade face mask, be a French company Wired Beauty entered KickStarter this week. In order to seal its fate, the project needs €40,000.
The company claims that there are various built-in sensors will help in detecting the moisture level of the skin. Also, the heating zones which cause skin problems will also be detected.
MagicLeap’s Magic Amount
Magic Leap, a tech product, is looking out for $827 million to make the amazing new tech idea into reality. The AR supported tech needs a large sum to make the augmented reality a reality! The company has currently spent $542 million already to the tech dream. Well, this product definitely costs a fortune.
NASA’s Exciting Venture with the VR
NASA experimented with Sony’s PlayStation VR headset. The purpose behind this use is to train people to control the space robots effectively.
The demo use has been named as Mighty Morphenaut. It has really excited users to see the floating objects.This news definitely left us excited.
These were the most happening news of the week. Stay tuned to know more!