Apple Watch Users Received The First Wearable Devices Mudra Bands

The Company delivered its award-winning Mudra Band product to first customers, allowing them to control their Apple ecosystem devices using touchless hand and finger gestures.

Wearable Devices Ltd., a technology growth company specializing in AI-powered touchless sensing wearables, announced the first batch delivery of its highly anticipated consumer electronics product, the Mudra Band, to its customers. This milestone marks a significant achievement for the Company and a momentous occasion for tech enthusiasts and Apple customers everywhere.

The Mudra Band is an AI-powered aftermarket product that connects with the Apple Watch and uses neural signals from the wrist to translate movement intent to digital command. The user can control the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and AppleTV using its Air-Touch functionality, enabling subtle finger movements for point, click, and drag & drop interactions.

The custom Apple Watch face allows a seamless switch and toggles between Apple Ecosystem products and additional paired Bluetooth devices. The Mudra Band iOS app features a world novelty – the user can view surface nerve conductance (SNC) neural signals live and in real time.

“This is a pivotal moment in our Company’s growth as we deliver our first manufacturing batch of the Mudra Band to preorder customers. We are delivering a groundbreaking product and ushering in a new era of innovation for Wearable Devices,” commented Asher Dahan, Chief Executive Officer of Wearable Devices. “The Mudra Band is setting the standard for human-computer interaction, with natural and familiar gestures that allow users to interact with devices in a relaxed spatial body posture. We are very pleased to have achieved this milestone. We remain committed to setting the input standard for extended reality experiences and providing groundbreaking solutions that enhance how people live, work, and play.”

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