Imagined future testimonials for the Solatido Wearable Computer
We have started a new band that practices while we wait for the bus. I have the pressure tube that lets me use breath control on the saxophone app and the others are using the standard samples for guitar, bass, drums and keyboard. We can re-assign the keys to be whatever notes or controllers we want them to be, so we can even make up new instruments that could not even exist using natural physics.
(Dracula Jones, Future Rockstar)
Whenever I get an emergency call from the office about a legal brief that has to be created or edited in time to be filed the same day, I am really glad to have the Solatido handy so I do not have to look for a work surface and then drag out the laptop. Do not get me wrong; I am addicted to my Blackberry as much as the next guy, but when I am in the middle of nowhere, and I need to write something the length of War and Peace in twenty minutes, I need a tool that is designed for what I do.
(Hadley V. Baxendale, Attorney at Beach)
Out here in the rain forest, there is no place to put a laptop, especially when my team and I are on the move. When we catalogue various species, we need to enter a bunch of data on the run. We cannot really stop to do it, and it is not practical to enter that amount of text on a handheld device. When we were doing this on our PDA thumbboards, we would joke that the local primates were talking behind our backs, saying. . . .
Yeah! Right! These humans are sooooo evolved.
They get opposable thumbs and then
forget to use the rest of their fingers.
No wonder they have such trouble climbing trees.
Now that we have added the Solatido to our toolbox, we have a much smoother workday. The audio aspects of this thing are pretty cool too. The birdcall app helps us meet the grey parrots so we can monitor their recovery, and a few of us are even getting pretty good at playing folksongs around the campfire.
(Ngozi Iruka Ph.D.)
This thing is pretty handy when I am out monitoring the soil chemistry in the citrus groves. GPS coupled with the analytical probes from National Instruments really make it easy to enter all this into the cloud version of LabVIEW and map out where we can save fertilizer and water.
(Heath Barkley III, Stockton, California)
It is tough to organize a day around raising kids, working part time and going to school. I am really glad to have a device that allows me the flexibility to do my translation work, write term papers for my online classes, keep an eye on the kids and do the daily chores. We spend a great deal of time walking, waiting and riding on public transportation so it is nice to be able to make that time productive. My brother hacked into this thing last week and added his own circuit for some robotics project he is working on. It is also handy that they left connections for other devices and room inside to tether a phone.
(Sanjita Chaturvedi, Bangalore, India)
(The following was transcribed from a live interview at J.F.K Airport with a man who had big hair and would only identify himself as Donald.)
You know, when you hang it out there as far as I do, you really need to make every minute count. You never know when you are going to wake up and find out that you are a few billion in the hole. That is why I wear the Solatido wherever I go. This way I can change a contract to the way I want it to read instead of waiting until tomorrow to see if somebody else got it right. I can also participate in crowdsourcing online and be very productive during time that would otherwise be wasted, like here, waiting in line at airport security. I can be available to enter valuable and complex data for international client companies that need certain services from those of us who are experienced at dealing with the public. Excuse me, I have to take this.
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