Hong Kong start-up’s ring turns your finger into a phone – an idea sparked by co-founder’s life with visually impaired dad

Hong Kong start-up Origami Labs is looking to change the way we interact with our mobile phones with the release of its innovative new wearable product Orii this month. Orii, a voice-activated ring that uses bone conduction technology to channel smartphone …
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