Hushme

Hushme Weirdest Tech 2017

If you work in an office environment, this device is for you. Need to focus but your coworkers are being a little too loud? Use the Hushme. It sort of looks like a torture device, but Hushme is the “first face mask for mobile phones…Hushme can be worn as a standard neckband-style wireless headphone — it has integrated ear buds — or in “masking” mode, which allows you to muffle your conversations.” This gadget is completely necessary and you won’t look strange at all to your coworkers rocking this thing in the office.

Kolibree Ara Smart Toothbrush

Where do we draw the line with smart technology? Definitely not when it comes to being inside our mouths, amiright? The Kolibree Ara Smart Toothbrush is said to include its own processor and deep learning algorithms which will learn about the users habits. The device will also have an offline mode.

Ekko Connected Mirror

Ekko Smart Mirror, weirdest tech

The Ekko Connected Mirror is boasting to change your life. Forget about just looking in a mirror and seeing a reflection. The Ekko is customized to your needs. “Eager to know the news, listen to music, watching a tutorial to create a sophisticated haircut, the latest weather information… your mirror takes care of it!” The Ekko will make other technology obsolete. But can I program this thing to tell me I’m hot stuff every single day? 

Lovebox

Lovebox

Don’t let this seemingly innocent wooden box fool you. The Lovebox displays the love messages you receive on a little mirror to be admired. “Once the LoveBox is placed and plugged-in, you can send them private messages, at anytime of the day or night. When messages arrive, the LoveBox’s heart starts spinning and keeps doing until the loved one opens its top and reads your sweet words.” Make sure to bring this out on the first date. 

Kerastase Hair Coach

Kerastase smart hairbrush

Here goes smart technology slowly morphing with humans again. The Kerastase hair brush is complete with a microphone, 3-axis load cells, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, and conductivity sensors that transmit data to your smartphone. Why wouldn’t you want to know everything about your hair?

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