It is a bit of a strange marketing angle, in the video tutorials they even refer to the programs on it as apps. It gives a strong impression that they'll be adding in other programs and functions to it, although there's little mention of how or in what way they would do that other then the mention of configuring through bluetooth in the arstechnica article.
On the topic of scanning mobility, if you put your arm at your side and place your palm flat against the side of your leg, the circular scanning speaker on the device would be sticking straight out away from where your facing at a 90 degree angle. If on your left wrist, to direct the detector 90 degrees to the right you would rotate your wrist clockwise 90 degrees so your palm is facing behind you, and move it up a bit so it isn't obstructed by your body. To scan 90 degrees to the left you would rotate your hand 90 degree's counter clockwise so your palm is facing out in front of you. Long sleeves or c oats may indeed be an issue though, as the speaker device appears to have to be unobstructed to scan properely.
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