Moment is a wearable device that helps you improve your sense of direction, augment your time perception, and stay more productive.
Moment draws shapes on your skin using advanced tactile (haptic) feedback.
Moment doesn't tell time in a conventional sense, but you can create custom timers to augment or enhance your perception of time—so you'll likely find yourself needing to check the time a lot less often.
Moment is not a smartwatch, but instead a device that improves your sense of direction, sense of time, and intuitive understanding of events.
Moment will ship to customers June 30, 2017.
You will receive a device, wrist band, and USB cable.
Yes, however please note that you will be responsible for any customs fees, duties, VAT, import taxes, special delivery fees administered by your government, and brokerage fees. These are not included in the cost of shipping or handling of your order, and we are unable to estimate those fees for you.
Moment is not completely waterproof, but comes with IP54 water and dust resistance. While not fully submersible, Moment is safe in the shower or washing dishes.
Moment makes use of an accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer to calibrate and provide interactive feedback.
Moment currently does not have a heart rate sensor.
Moment provides haptic feedback using four linear resonant actuators.
Up to a week on a single charge.
Yes, Moment is compatible with any 22mm watch band or strap.
Yes, Moment comes with a sweat-resistant silicone watch band.
Any 22mm watch strap with a spring pin.
Moment works with iPhone (iOS version 9+) and Android (version 4.1+) devices.
Moment is a device you wear around your wrist, but it comes with an app you can use to pair Moment to your phone.
In the future, Moment will be able to wirelessly connect to your computer as well.
Yes, but not all apps are compatible with multiple devices being used simultaneously.
We are pilot testing an SDK that will eventually be publicly available. For early access, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
No, rather than have to remember each unique vibration, the mind develops an intuition for the different patterns over time.
Sensory substitution is the process of introducing a new stream of information to the body using a different sense. For example, the information you would typically read on a screen can be turned into a feeling on your skin, effectively adding senses to the human body.