People are becoming more and more like robots. The number of equipment that makes life easier is becoming more and more - a headset or headphones in your ears, a mobile phone in your pocket, a laptop behind your shoulders, a camera around your neck. And soon there will also be a GPS receiver on hand.
At least Monash University student Du Tran Nguyen has already conceived the concept of The Vie gloves, on the surface of which a map is shown. Gloves are positioned as sports gloves - for those who like to travel a lot or just walk.
The gloves are made of waterproof and windproof fabric, but at the same time they are well ventilated so that your hands will feel comfortable inside.
Running, biking, and other sports usually require hands free, so using conventional GPS receivers is not very convenient. Gloves with an OLED display should solve this problem. Operation with gloves is so easy and intuitive that you will soon know it like the back of your hand.
Another feature of the gloves is the connection with the outside world. You can exchange the routes covered with your friends or send messages to the owners of the same gloves. And the built-in health controller will send an SOS signal if your condition becomes critical