This device named Cito has the ability to move from spinning, spinning, to standing. Meanwhile, Cito was also developed with a team from the University of Waterloo.
"Users want a smartwatch that fits their lifestyle and needs," said Xing-Dong Yang, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth as quoted by Digital Trends.
Dong Yang said that Cito offers a different innovation because it provides selling points for users to buy a smartwatch. When moving, Cito provides updated information to the wearer.
"Consumers are wondering why they buy smartwatch if the device is uncomfortable while in use Cito proves that the smartwatch can be a fun functional device," said Dong Yang.