Get uses  bone conduction technology which passes audio through the bones of your wrist, to your finger tip, which then conducts it directly to your ear’s cochlea via your skull(Credit: Deed S.r.l.) It looks like an elegant fitness tracker and acts like a smartwatch, yet it has has no buttons nor a screen. It also plays audio when you touch your finger to your ear and is controlled entirely via customizable gestures and voice commands. It’s called Get and its creators think it could change the way we connect with each other and our information. Get is the brainchild of Edoardo Parini, who first conceived of the product in 2015 as part of his diploma course at the University of Art and Design of Lausanne, Switzerland. Two years later, Parini and his twin brother Emiliano took part in the Innovative Enterprise Incubator of the Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy. Known as I3P the incubator is ranked as one of the best university incubators worldwide. The twins’ company, Deed, came out of this process with a clear vision that Get was a viable product with a strong potential market. At first glance, it’s a little difficult to figure out just what Get all about....