16 Futuristic LED Bracelet DesignsSince their first introduction a few years ago, LED bracelets have gone far beyond a party gear to impress your fellow club hoppers. With talent and imagination, scientists as well as designers around the world are working to turn LED bracelets from flashing fashionable wear into multi-functional gadgets, ranging from simple faceless watches to complicated camera-phone-MP3 players. Whether or not you are a sci-fi movie fan, you will find at least one of those LED bracelets fancy. Some of them are available in the market already, but most of them are still concepts, meaning they might never reach the light of being released. But it does not hurt to dream, does it?
Sony Nextep Computer is the boldest step to bring fictional gadgets closer to reality. Designed to be worn as a bracelet, this wristband computer concept has a flexible OLED touchscreen, holographic projector (for screen), pull-out extra keyboard panels, and social networking compatibility. As if it is not wonderful enough, the design even comes in different stylish colors, including mysterious black, chic green, and baby pink. Unfortunately, you will have to wait until 2020 to be able to buy the product. Source 1
Samsung Wearable Mobile DeviceAnother device that looks like it just came straight out of Star Wars, Samsung wearable mobile device concept is the next generation smartphone that can be worn in style. This device has a touchscreen OLED display with a tactile keypad and memory alloy articulation, offering the user convenience when riding a mountain bike or surfing the sea. This compact device with stylish split pad design allows increased airflow, preventing sweat build up. This product is aimed for athletes, adventure lovers, and tech savy consumers. Source 1
ASUS Waveface UltraASUS also introduces something cool. This OLED Smartphone Bracelet, dubbed as Waveface Ultra, does not only possess the full power of any smartphone today, but also the stunning look that any fashion-conscious techie would die to have. You can snap the device very easily on your wrist, making it hands-free. This highly portable and wearable device is capable of providing you access to information and services almost anywhere and anytime. You can also control the device by the gestures of your hand either in mid air or by simply touching the display.
Wristwatch Bracelet Cellphone Gadget
This Bracelet Cellphone Gadget was designed by Nicolas Nicolaou from Denmark as a combination of a wristwatch and a cellphone in a super chic design. The device comes with voice recognition technology, touchscreen, and a built-in camera.
Yuxa Wearable CellphoneThe Yuxa is a cellphone concept that can be worn around your wrist as a bracelet. Designed by Mexican designer Veronica Eugenia Rodriguez Ortiz, the wristband cellphone works with Bluetooth technology. Made from ecological materials such as plant fibers and biodegradable plastic, the green gadget features an OLED display and rechargeable battery that flattens its shape with the wrist movement of the user. Source 1
Lumiloop Modular LED BraceletLumiloop is a reactive bracelet with a program modular system, and display panels designed to showcase MIT students’ surplus sense of innovation and lack of fashion sense. The bracelet can interpret the wearer's wrist movements, and generate illuminated patterns in response. Each module in the bracelet has an 8x8 LED matrix driven by an interchangeable program module and also includes an embedded software module with an accelerometer to register movement. Fortunately, it is still being developed in MIT lab. Source 1
Gucci LED Bracelet WatchGucci’s interest in LED devices has filled in the gap between the technological and fashion world. The fashion titan has recently introduced a bracelet watch, which is hi-tech and stylish at the same time. The device has a sliding door revealing time in a glass LED display. Source 1
Diesel LED Bracelet WatchGucci is not alone in the process of bringing technology to the fashion world or the other way around. Diesel also created a collection of LED watches for men in the form of bracelets. Each product features a stainless steel case with mirror electroplating, and a scrolling digital display with red LED numbers. Source 1
Orbit Metal BraceletOrbit Metal Bracelet from Tokyoflash Watches uses a collection of highly imaginative numbers (which I doubt if anyone other than its very own creator can understand) to display time. Hours are shown around the interface whereas minutes are displayed at the center with LEDs hidden in the layout.
Tokyoflash LED Bracelet WatchWhether you say this LED bracelet can or cannot tell time, you are right. Even though its LED illuminated screen is supposed to show hours and minutes, how to read it remains a mystery. It was designed by Tokyoflash.
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Dot LED Bracelet Watch
Even though it might not look as polished as the Tokyoflash bracelet watch above, this Dot LED Bracelet Watch is for sure much more practical with time shown in numbers that humans can understand. It was designed by Damian Kozlik from Poland .
Madokadoke Hidden LED Watch Bracelet
Madokadoke Bracelet LED Watch was created by Ross McBride at IDEA International as an example of “undoing conventional concepts”. Its main appeal is the hidden LED watch. Time is only shown when a button is clicked. This stylish bracelet comes in different colors, suitable for both party and office wear.