A smart ring called “Litho” is a fingerprint controller that can match augmented reality systems and arranges various interactions.The founders of the ring, which is British, have been working on the hardware infrastructure of this ring since last year. These young founders, the 24-year-old Nathan Martin (CEO) and Charlie Bruce, 25, were the chief executive of the hardware department at the same time.
“Our calculations are increasingly focused on the real world,” says Martin Martine, “it’s very important for us to be able to control all of our objects with our intelligent ring technology and augmented reality technology. These days the world is filled with smart lights. , Smart fridges and so on … There are many opportunities to develop controller objects that are in line with augmented reality technology.
Many developers of real-world virtual reality and augmented reality on mobile, or the mobile operating system technology, have opened a special account, but it seems that, apart from mobile platforms, it’s possible to focus on independent software to direct objects.To solve this problem, you need a combination of hardware and software, and the Litho ring acts as a professional controller in this section. This smart ring can be connected to a smartphone or virtual reality headset via bluetooth.
In addition, the ring has a capacitive touch controller at the bottom that allows scrolling and knocking to be more accurately checked. In addition, the product comes with a range of motion sensors and touch feedback.Most interestingly, the smart ring can easily interact with 3D interactive systems and can provide a range of services in 3D, for example, can be provided by architects and designers for the next design.