Ritot is a new kind of wristwatch that looks like a bracelet and with a flick of the wrist projects the time on the wearer’s hand. Designed by Ukrainian-based Michael Medvid, Ritot uses a smart device application that allows the wearer to set notifications to be projected including incoming calls, texts, emails, social media, events, weather and others.
Projected messages last about ten seconds or can be dismissed by touch or a quick shake and can be set to any of twenty colors through the application.
The internal battery on Ritot gives it a 150-hour projection life or one month in stand-by mode and is rechargeable by the included base though induction charging.
It will help you to stay on top of things with vibrating notifications, messages and alerts. Dismiss a notification with a shake of your wrist.
Luminous flux is enough for such picture size on such close distance to be visible at daytime. The most visible colors under the strong sunlight are red and blue.
In the result of the mirror and digital distortion we receive a smooth projection. Alternative way is to correct it by optics. It is real to make the digital setting profile for projection on your hand.
The watch case is made of plastic with rubber inserts for a comfortable wear on the arm. The watch strap is fully made of rubber with a convenient padlock. Currently the watch is available in black, white, red, green, blue and yellow.
Check them out: www.ritot.com