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06. 13. 2011

Second Nature motion device works with your phone

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Second Nature is a concept that works with both a motion-based wrist band controller and an Android application, which helps users control a mobile device by just using movements.

The concept is set to launch with four different applications initially, including bicycle integration and training.

The great thing about this idea from the designers at SimStim, is that Android's open API will mean plenty of creative developers will be able to really mix things up. Granted, there are a few similar devices on the market, but none are as sleek and stylish as Second Nature.

Via Yanko Design.

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Posted by Becca    Category: accessories | body
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