Echo Translation Smart Ring with Gesture Controls and Amazon Alexa

Echo translation smart ring is designed to help you smoothly communicate in different countries, and using gesture controls and Amazon Alexa, the ring lets you interact with other smart devices.

Echo Translation Smart Ring

The Echo is an innovative and advanced smart ring that weighs only 0.56 oz (16g). As we can see from the images, the ring shows off a sleek and minimalistic appearance design, and four optional colors allow it to meet different personal styles. Meanwhile, the casing of the ring is made from zirconia ceramic for a durable construction and comfortable wearing experience on your finger.

Echo Translation Smart Ring

The translation smart ring features speech recognition, machine translation, voice synthesis and voice biometrics, and it supports 24 languages. Using built-in speaker and noise cancelling MEMS microphone, the ring captures sentences and translate them into the language you select via its custom app.

Furthermore, the smart ring uses Bluetooth technology to wirelessly communicate with your smartphone, so you can also handily control and access various services on your phone with voice controls such as Google calendar, Uber and more. Amazon Alexa enabled feature also allows you to use the smart ring to remotely control other smart home devices.

Echo Translation Smart Ring

Moreover, built-in 9-axis inertial measurement unit adds gesture controls to the smart ring, which allows you to control your smartphone using simple gestures. In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 2 days of use between charges.

The Echo Ring is earning funding via a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. To be honest, the smart ring is too versatile to be true. I don’t think that it has enough space to accommodate all components including battery, sensors, circuit, speaker, microphone and more. We featured it just because the concept is awesome. BTW, don’t miss the fitness smart ring and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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  1. Chris Rothrock 05/16/2017

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