Monday, 28 July 2014

Control Your Smartphone Using Your Voice With a Baseball Cap

Control Your Smartphone Using Your Voice With a Baseball Cap

A baseball cap that connects with the wearer's smartphone via Bluetooth and allows them to control their device via voice commands has been designed.

Sydney-based entrepreneur Will Miller has started a crowdfunding campaign for the baseball cap that allows voice control of a paired device.

Snaptrax looks like your regular baseball cap, but features a Bluetooth module, microphone and speakers built into the corners of the cap just above the peak.

The wearer can make and receive calls, respond to texts and emails and control music, with a button panel on the side to operate volume and pairing, 'Gizmag' reported.

The development of Snaptrax is in its early stages and Miller and his team are working through the technical details regarding the battery and charging capabilities.

"Obviously we don't want the whole lining to be filled with batteries. It has to be comfortable. We are aiming for around a 90 minute charge time and a couple of days use at a time," Miller said.

The cap is available in four varying combinations of red and black and the makers will begin shipping in January 2015.

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