Origami Labs launches visual-free mobile computing

The Oflo system is a less-intrusive communication system for the deskless workforce. Photo credit: Origami Labs

Wearable technology maker Origami Labs introduces the next generation of visual-free mobile computing with Oflo, an open-ear, visual-less, gesture- and voice-based interface. Oflo advances Origami Labs’s screen-free vision. 

Inspired by the founder’s visually impaired father, Origami Labs’s team first experimented with ways in making interacting with phones screen-free and launched Orii in 2017. Orii is a voice assistant ring that combines bone conduction and voice assistant, allowing the user to control their devices screen-free. 

Following Orii’s success, Origami Labs is previewing its next-gen product, Oflo. Oflo is built on the belief that businesses can leverage the same idea, using gesture- and audio-based technology to increase the team’s efficiency while maintaining discretion and awareness needed for service, the company said.    

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Oflo features multichannel team communication, advanced analytics, and available soon, audio logs and instant translation.


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