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INNOVATIVE ARTIFACT 00005 - PROBABILITOR OF HUMAN SUCCESS «ECHOSIC». PROTOTYPE 2020

Probabilitor (motivator) of human success «ECHOSIC» - a novelty of the near future

 

Probabilitor (motivator) of human success «ECHOSIC» - a novelty of the near future

NAME

"ECHOSIC" is the prototype of the device in 2020 with the function of human success display in  real time. It focuses human desire for development, new knowledge or stagnation. 
We call this device the ‘echo-bracelet’ – echoing of the human success...
 
WHAT IS IT
...It is a quite unexpected device for young people with a healthy lifestyle, who think about their future. This device is a bracelet with a vibration pick-up that captures ‘cloud’ parameter connected with 987 basic human success criteria which are combined through the single Internet account...

...It is a watch without the usual for all of us dial. Instead, it appears the only inscription: the probability of success in the next 5 minutes is 37%...
 
WHY
..."ECHOSIC" is designed to monitor the human success. Consumers integrate data from the device in a single account, where all the information is continuously analyzed using mathematical (probabilistic) computing and presented to the owner at a device display with a frequency of every 5 minutes. The scale of probability is from 13% to 87%. It is not possible to set the scale limit more precisely at the moment. Echoing every 5 minutes suggests the probability of human success in the nearest future...

...Imagine you have placed your CV (resume) or portfolio on various sites that you constantly update. What if we take your basic resume and calculate the criteria of your development (or try to)... There may be, for example, 42. What if we take and analyze your activity on Internet (we mean social networking sites,  any Internet activity, etc). How often do you click the ‘like’ button or post every day? How many photos do you add? How many online shopping do you do? How often do you check in Metro or transfer money between bankcards? What if all of these indicators are connected to a single account? In view of the personal Internet of things, smart clothes, favourite and so necessary gadgets that are always near, and much more that will surround us in the next 2-3 years?..
 
FOR WHOM
Manufacturers are on their guard all over the world: they produce gadgets that monitor physical activity. Our ‘echo bracelet’ «ECHOSIC» is designed to motivate activities. In other words, the device motto is "Move"...

DESCRIPTION
..."Echo Bracelet" is made from a solid block, which has an original appearance according to your preferences. On the other side of the bracelet you will find the inscription...
..."Echo Bracelet" feeds on Network, and it has a precision range of options depending on the criteria increase (just imagine 987 criteria!!!). At the moment of the Earth technology development, different interchangeable devices vary between displays, cameras, GPS-navigators, fingerprint readers, SIM-cards, controlled by gestures, temperature meters, and many others. For example, a lot can be learned by human sweat. Professor of California University came up with a bracelet that responds to secreted human sweat. It measures the temperature, which helps to draw a conclusion on the state of the muscles. Or smart life bracelet that was designed in order to avoid man drowning. (It fills small cushions with air. They lift the drowning man). There is also integrated compass to determine where is the land. There were also invented smart earrings for women. They monitor calories and heartbeat. Keep in touch with your smartphone...

...Probabilitor of human success «ECHOSIC» is a prospect of the nearest future because such an unexpected wearable device may appear at the technology market in 2020 and provide people with useful options...
...The prototype is a 3D model of the device (we show what it looks like). It is supplied with the e-ink display. Development of these devices and searching for investors are ongoing so that we will see them at the stores up to the end of 2020…
 
CAPABILITIES
1. Echo Bracelet «ECHOSIC» monitors activity, but it is not like other smart bracelets. It is a ‘cousin’ for such kind of gadgets in a way. Friendly devices differ from the ‘echo-bracelet’ that they have, for example, a time display and a user interface focused on communication. Our bracelet ‘predicts’ a success, and it's cool...

2. There is a unique feature called ‘motivational effect.’ This parameter is extremely important: the bracelet works in the mode which helps you. The device also has the ability to display all the fixing time, and you can keep track of  your success probability (%) in the application at any time. You only need to use your account...
3. The device has a ‘vibrating bracelet’ mode and it is wonderful. None but you will pay attention to you. That is because it takes a vibrating alarm instead of a loud ringtone (for example, if you go to bed with a bracelet)...

4. ‘Customize’ your ‘echo-bracelet.’ A lot of users ignore the truth of your resume when the Bracelet asks to enter your personal details such as gender, age, weight, height, etc. That is a major mistake! The device does not have telepathic power, and it will not recognize its ‘owner’. Do you really want to get useful advice and more reliable data? Then, make friends with your bracelet!
 
5. ..."Echo-Bracelet" is very convenient, it controls various activities. If you are a responsible person, this bracelet is made just for you. The only problem is that you can easily trick the device at will. Then, of course, it will give you the wrong result. But if you are honest with yourself, the device will help you...
 
FEATURES
1. The "echo-bracelet" has an interesting opportunity and it is very useful. Information independently and constantly updates on the social networking sites. However, the most intriguing thing is the display of the success probability  in the nearest future, and even in the % ratio. Incredible!!!

2. The main feature of "ECHOSIC" model is that it isn’t an alarm. And it can work without extra charge for about a year. This device always motivates and it will find its fans!
3. It connects people. You can make chats with your friends, compare your achievements, compete with them in the % ratio of success and generate additional impulses from your aspirations.

4. It allows you to use your smartphone less. Echo-Bracelet can make your life easier, preventing your constant unusefull phone verifications. Device displays alerts every 5 minutes. But your hands are always free!
5. It looks like cool. We don’t mind other devices, but this is really better! As a rule, the model is carefully designed. The gadget  reflects the latest fashions. Are you ready to wear it and show off?
 
CHRONOLOGY
Archaeologists consider bracelets to be one of the earliest ancient jewellery known to us.  They are found everywhere during excavations of settlements starting from prehistoric times. The term "bangle" (or bracelet) comes from "bangri" or "bangali", which means "ornament decorating the hand" in ancient Sanskrit. For example, one of the oldest artefacts of human race (a bronze statuette of a dancing girl) was discovered In India. One her hand rests on her thigh and the other is completely covered with heavy bangles. The bracelets were given the most diverse forms: from simple metal bangle in the form of a flat rim to precious models which were studded with gems, in the form of a bird or the head of an animal.  It is believed that the bracelet (or a bangle) is an important part of the bride’s decoration. After the wedding it is required for a married woman to wear bracelets in India.  Some Indian peoples believe that a woman can wear a gold bangle (bracelet) only with glass bracelets, which contributes to the well-being and prosperity of her husband and sons. The ancient Slavs called the bracelet the word "obruch", that is, "something which embraces the hand."  In French, "bracelet" comes from the word "bras" - "hand"; thus, the Russian denotation was replaced by its exact loan translation, only a foreign one. It became the heyday for bracelets when a man recognized metal.  There began to appear bangles made of copper and bronze.  Subsequently, these decorations became even more beautiful in silver and gold.
 
...More than two million years ago  - there was a mention of the first bangles. They were made from the bark of trees, the skin of animals and bones in the Neolithic era.  Metals and gems began to be used with the further development of mankind.  Our ancestors attributed the mystical power to the bracelets.  The bangle’s main function was protective one.  The hunters believed that with a bangle they had much more chances to kill a mammoth, but the chances of being eaten by someone were reduced significantly. Women's bangles protected the family from diseases and the evil eye and protected the beauty and fertility of the proprieties...
 
...More than 5000 BC - It is considered to be the time of the origin of jewellery in Egypt. This date is known for the bas-reliefs found in the tombs of the pharaohs. The glory of Egyptian craftsmanship was caused by the high level of product quality, as well as the unique processing of gems and precious metals. A characteristic decoration of people of ancient Egypt was a large number of bracelets. By the time of the First Dynasty (2680 BC), the bracelets of Ancient Egypt were made of gold and silver, decorated with semiprecious gems.  Inlaid designs were developed from gems of Africa by experienced jewellers of the New Kingdom (1558 - 1085 BC). Although bracelets were sometimes buried in tombs like the rest of the deceased's property, they are believed to be worn as decorative accessories, but not as amulets or ritual jewellery...
 
...More than 2000 BC - The time of wide distribution of various bangles in Ancient Egypt, they quickly gain the status of the main jewellery among women. Expensive gems were used in their manufacture, and the more difficult it was to make the decoration the more it was considered to be magical. It was believed that the bracelet not only protects its owner, but also emphasizes its status, shows how rich and significant a person is in life. For example, the Book of the Dead says: "The Eye of Horus rewards eternal life; and he protects me even when it is closed." If you look at the ancient frescoes, you will notice that kings and pharaohs always wore bangles in large numbers, and some of them are depicted as modern watches. There existed intricate jade cuffs and bracelets in China. Ancient Chinese residents also valued gold bracelets and engraved difficult natural, animalistic and mythical patterns on them.  Gold bracelets were also a familiar style among those found in India, and items made of colourful metal threads and glass beads also became popular. Bracelets were found on the ruins left after the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in Pompeii in 79 AD... 
 
...2-1th millennium BC - During the heyday of the Scythians’, Greeks’ and Romans’ civilization, bracelets worn on the upper part of the arm were widespread. For example, a pair of ancient Greek gold bangles of the 1st century BC is in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, it is enamelled and carved vine leaves and spirals, inlaid with pomegranates and amethyst.  The Greeks wore bangles as a symbol of military prowess; this tradition (like the colossal cultural heritage) was subsequently borrowed by the Romans from the Greeks. The ancient Greeks attached great importance to bangles, because warriors wore them to protect their wrists from the swords of the enemy. Bracelets were made of thick leather and were often supplemented with metal elements.  Luxury in those days was censured. Therefore, bangles made of gold and silver with precious stones, although they were made by jewellers, were rarely worn by nobles. Wearing a large amount of jewellery was considered the height of indecency, especially for a man.  In contrast, the wealthy Romans loved serpentine-gold twisted bangles. Mediterranean styles of jewellery spread throughout Europe, but "fell out" of use during the Middle Ages (from 476 to 1450)...
 
...The end of the V century - bangles giving energy to transformations are becoming widespread. Many Greeks wear combo’s kin bangles on their left hand. As a rule, they don’t take them off and wear them for years, or more to the point, - all their lives. The combo’s kin presented by relatives and close people are especially valuable; such a gift means special respect, reverence, the wish for prosperity, good health. All of 30 knots are symbols of great strength and faith. The magical power of the bangles is associated with the features of the technology of its manufacture.  A real combo’s kin is made in monasteries by monks and novices, who, before tying each knot, neatly twisting the strings, say prayers. Therefore, each interweaving and the bracelet itself are blessed with prayers, which are enhanced by the energy of holiness and spiritual purity. The bracelets made by the monks of Athos are especially valuable... 
 
...XII — XIII century - During excavations near Old Ryazan a silver bangle depicting animals and birds was found. Such things were worn on the left hand, probably closer to the heart.  Interesting jewellery is a bracelet with the magic name “love bondage”, which appeared a little later. "The bondage" is two rings connected by a chain with a lock in the shape of a heart. They put them on one arm: the first ring on the wrist, the second - closer to the elbow.  It can be assumed that in this way this decoration was demonstrated only to the the chosen one...
 
...The beginning of the XVIII century - With a light hand of French jewellers a bracelet becomes a real luxury item. They began to make them of gold and decorate around the edges with pearls in Paris.  European women have revived bracelets as common fashion accessories. They wore ribbons and thin bracelets, often several.  Chain bracelets became stylish accessories, especially in the XIX century; they were decorated with ivory and coral. The Victorian-style bracelet became popular, with hanging medallions and engraved charms...
 
...The beginning of the XIX century - bracelets are adorned with coral, diamonds and gold satin ribbons. A bracelet, woven from ribbons, was considered a special chic in high society. New technologies have significantly expanded the range of materials used to make bracelets. Bracelets made of special types of plastic, which can imitate the surface of any material, are quite popular. Due to its round shape a bracelet, like a ring, is considered a symbol of marriage and marital fidelity for many nations...
 
...The middle of the 19th century - The engraving of portraits on bracelets was in fashion. They were made in the form of medallions and were called "centimes"...
 
...19th century - Bracelets with garnets supplemented with pearls are in fashion. Gold bracelets with pendants are also widely used. The famous novel by Alexander Dumas describes in detail the decoration of the Queen, the loss of which could lead to an undesirable war between the monarchs...
 
...The beginning of the 20th century - The development of technology led to the concept of seasonality in fashion for various jewellery ...
 
...1920 - rough designs of the late XIX century gave way to clean lines of the Art Deco period. Designers began to add Bakelite and plastic to jewellery and by 1930 plastic bracelets had become an integral attribute of the wardrobe of teenage girls. Further, exquisite bracelets made of gilded brass or silver plated become very popular among women...
 
...1980s - British jewellers create the so-called "grandmother's bracelet" - with the names of grandchildren engraved on them...
 
...XXI century - over the past decade, several strong innovations in the design of bracelets have appeared. Silver has become the most common material for their manufacture.  Preference for silver extended to industrial metals, such as silver-gray steel, titanium and tungsten, which have now become the dominant material in men's bracelets, and as the "pro-green" movement grows, more and more people demand "naturalness" in their wardrobe...
 
 
POTENTIAL FEASIBILITY OF INNOVATIVE ARTIFACTS
 50% ≥
 
RESOURCE
[Internet]
 
OUR SUMMARY
...Out of considerations that a lot of people on the planet Earth prefer a healthy lifestyle: they  refuse bad habits, such as the use of alcohol, smoking, drugs, and go in for sports – we can safely say that now people, inspired by their present and thoughts about the future, are interested in innovative products, which contributes achieving the best results. We see that in the people, in their success, in their development,  in the ambition to improve themselves...

...Various modern bracelets have a pretty wide range of functions, from fitness trackers to smart watches. However, the choice of such devices is very high, and the image of glamorous models is huge too. Modern brands produce a wide range of devices, which attracts new customers and fans of their brands,  thanks to the smart bracelets. All this classifies them as "exterior-oriented" devices. We position our bracelet "ECHOSIC" as a personal human motivator...
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80% technologies that we will use in everyday life in the next 10 years have not even been invented yet. Surprisingly, thanks to the development of innovations, a business of trillions of dollars is already moving from stores built of brick and concrete into clicks and orders on the Internet, and the network is rapidly becoming the infrastructure of the new economy.

... The future is already here ...

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