Though the smartwatch phenomenon exploded a number of years ago, it seems as if the “new and improved” features have come to a slight halt: we’ve seen alarm clocks, phone notifications, activity tracking, etc., but what come next?
The answer may very well be solar power. Introducing LunaR, the Kickstarter project that’s looking to create the world’s first solar-powered smartwatch.
The LunaR boasts a number of cool features that come standard with smartwatches: it can monitor your sleep patterns, set alarms, track your movement activity, and can connect with your messages and social media notifications.
“Solar powered” may sound like LunaR can only be charged during daylight hours, but the watch has been engineered to charge in artificial, indoor lighting as well as outdoor light, so you’ll never have to worry about a dead watch again.
A normal day, LunaR style:
LunaR already met its goal on Kickstarter, but there’s still time to back it and get those early bird prices. It starts shipping in December, making it the perfect last-minute gift for literally anyone. Check out LunaR here.