Category: Life

Tappy launches biometric watch strap

Hong Kong based wearable payment technology company Tappy Technologies has launched a passive biometric enabled watch strap that offers payments, access & digital authentication functionalities.

Speaking on the product launch Wayne Leung, CEO of Tappy Technologies said, “At Tappy we continually challenge ourselves to offer the most secure, seamless & enjoyable wearable contactless payment experience to our customers. By introducing passive biometric payments through watch straps, we are raising the bar even higher as we enable second factor authentication in the most secure format.

The ultimate aim is to facilitate higher value transactions through all types of wearable devices. Highly sophisticated algorithms ensure that our unique biometric sensors perform flawlessly without the need of a battery. This is crucial especially for our watch brand partners as the design aesthetics of the watch remains uncompromised. Some of the biggest watch brands, card networks and banks are our trusted customers and we strongly believe that the future of wearable payments will be biometric.”

References: Planetbiometrics

Soon: planes with display screens projecting the sky

A French agency Technicon Design developed a project of windowless planes with large display screens projecting the sky.

Standard planes with windows are much more heavy, says chief designer at Technicon Design Gareth Davies. Besides windowless planes will be able to reduce fuel.

For now, though, the technology remains only in the reach of the super-rich, but with the world’s first commercial windowless plane already in the pipeline, it may be only a matter of time before the concept is adapted.

 

Yaasa Infinity Blanket with Celliant Tech

A blanket with special (FDA-determined special) Celliant fibers that give it the ability to increase blood flow, aid in recovery, and get more restful sleep just by wrapping up all Neflix & chill cozy on the couch in it?

Celliant fibers are able to absorb and recycle your body’s natural heat into infrared light, which they then bounce back into your tissues to provide the health benefits outlined above.

Infinity Blankets are also made green, with both eco-friendly materials and practices. Up to 12 plastic water bottles are recycled to drive the production of each blanket.

References: dudeiwantthat

Pizza Machines Appeared in New York

CAULIPOWER, which makes naturally gluten-free cauliflower crust pizzas, recently launched the CAULIPOWER Claw Machine in New York City, giving everybody the chance to snag a fun prize after they play. Players have the chance to get their hands on mini pizza boxes with coupons, cauliflower stress balls and other great prizes from the machine set up for a limited time at NYC’s Turnstyle Underground Market.

Vending machines are no longer just for dispensing snacks and soda pop, with consumers now able to get everything from single-serve pouches of whisky to soft serve ice cream with the press of a button. While these kinds of machines emphasize on-the-go convenience, branded claw machines take this premise to the next level by offering a challenging yet rewarding experience.

References: trendhunter

Specialized Fishing Watercrafts

Sea-Doo Fish Pro has just been launched and it was specifically designed to fish at pro level.

This watercraft made by the world famous BRP Group is more spacious, so it may carry up to three quite comfortably, it’s also a bit wider than other leisure models, thus more stable too and it hauls a specially designed cooler at the back to keep your loot fresh while you’re still fishing, with a capacity of 13.5 gal (51L), quite enough for a catch.

Engine wise you get 62hp and a trolling mode easily managing slow speeds and a number of special features that make it all the more handy for fishers such as multiple attachment points, innovative rod holders, an angled footrest to enhance comfort and stability plus the possibility to customize it to best fit your needs, should you need a GPS to assist you in finding the fish and to get you on the right course, a water tight phone box is also available and more.

References: blessthisstuff

Cubie is a Panasonic Oven That is an Incredibly Nifty Kitchen Addition

Ever imagined you could have a cute little oven that would help you shine in the kitchen?

Now from Panasonic, comes the smart Cubie NU-SC100WMPQ oven that does it all – from healthy frying, steaming and roasting to baking and fermenting. This nifty little kitchen appliance makes it all look easy too.

Because it’s been designed to contain no heating element, 100% of its 15L space (it’s 351mm high, 355mm wide and 455m deep) can be maximised for use, so there’s more than enough space in there to accommodate 1 steamed fish, 24 stuffed buns, 1 pizza or a roast chicken.

Its large interior also features two tray levels which are adjustable, and allows you to cook two separate dishes at the same time. It comes with a child safety lock to prevent accidents in the kitchen, and has a two-stage pull-down door which makes observation simple.

Other plus points include it is easy to maintain and clean, comes with a large LCD screen, and has a deodorisation fuction (just press a key and voila! All the smells inside the oven cavity are gone!

References: star2

The Nutella Morning Slot Dispenses Nutella Toast Variations

For a limited time only, lovers of the chocolate spread can indulge in Nutella toast at the Grand Front Osaka mall in Japan. The exclusive activation is launched by parent company Ferrero and it takes quite an interesting format. The ‘Nutella Morning Slot’ is essentially a slot machine that randomizes and dispenses delicious chocolatey breakfasts. The mechanism offers 20 different Nutella toast variations and consumers can indulge in the temporary pop-up on the 23rd, 24th, and 25th of November between the hours of 10 AM and 8 PM.

Anyone who engages with the breakfast-dispensing slot machine wins no matter what. Some of the Nutella toast offerings include toppings like coconut, pistachios, bananas and more.

References: trendhunter