Phree lets you write, draw, annotate, and express yourself in countless other ways. On virtually any surface. Phree will easily connect to all your devices: phone, tablet, laptop, TV, anything with a Bluetooth connection.
And it is compatible with software and apps like Office, OneNote, EverNote, Acrobat, Google Handwriting Keyboard, Viber and more. So you can instantly sketch or jot down ideas, notes, thoughts, email addresses and phone numbers.
When you close the cap, it even functions as a headset and has an integrated screen for brief texts. When you get one, just write back and send.
The case has embedded wireless charging – you charge your Phree by simply putting it in its case and placing the case on a wireless charging pad (not included).
The case cap attaches magnetically to the body of the case to form an adjustable stand for any smartphone. Just place your phone in the stand, begin writing or drawing off-screen with Phree – you have an instant mobile workstation that actually works. Device can be ordered with or without a case.
Device comes with a matching cap that protects it’s tip while not in use. The unique rubberized cap doubles as a touch screen stylus in this setup.
How Phree works:
The patented OTM sensor is a compact 3D laser interferometer. It tracks the relative motion of a nearby surface by measuring the interference signal between a laser beam projected on the surface and the reflections from the surface. The beauty of this system is that it extracts the motion signal optically.
The signal is then translated to X-Y-Z motion information by our signal-processing algorithms running on a very small, integrated electronics component.
The OTM sensor can measure the motion of any object that we can see with our eyes, in three dimensions, with extremely high resolution and very high accuracy, up to a distance of about one inch from the object. It therefore continues to measure hand motion between strokes. The sensor uses the same laser used in optical mice and is eye-safe at any distance.
Phree’s graphical touch-screen is used for Bluetooth connection and context-sensitive interaction with various applications. The standard icons on the display include notifications – messages and phone calls. When used with specific applications the display will change to allow quick interaction with common features. For note taking, for example, the display may show pen, eraser, and highlighter. The touch panel recognizes single fingers and swipe left/right.