Smart hearable on show at CES

  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 12 Jan 2016

Mood reader?: The smart hearable is a music player that reacts to a user's body and consciousness with different kinds of music.

The company Vinci has launched what it is calling the world's first Smart Hearable at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. It is an all-in-one music player.

The Vinci Smart Hearable is a wireless and hands-free smart music player that reacts to a user's body and consciousness with different kinds of music.

The Smart Hearable also has a built-in proximity sensor that automatically begins playing music when it's put it on. Its touch panel responds to gestures like tapping and sliding and it has a voice interaction system so you can guide the device with simple commands.

It features artificial intelligence technology named ME 1.0, a smart assistant that can cue up music for a particular moment based on analysis of data such as heart rate and current location. The device collects information over time to better understand the user.

Following its debut at the CES electronics trade show, Vinci's Smart Hearable will be available on or Vinci's official site from US$300 (RM1,315). — AFP Relaxnews
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