There are all sorts of ideas for wearable tech – from mundane smartwatches through Google Glass to more off-the-wall ideas like smart shoes (opens in new tab) – but we guarantee you haven't thought of this particular concept.
Spotted by TechCrunch (opens in new tab), this wearable is a selfie drone or "flying wristband" as the inventor calls it. It is essentially a mini-quad-copter with built-in camera that can be attached to your wrist, which can unfold its blades and take off, hover and snap a picture of you – then it will return, and you can strap it back on.
In other words, no more awkward looking selfies with a pic snapped crudely at arm's length – wherever you are on your own, this device will be able to take a nicely framed photo (or that's the plan).
The hardware is being produced by Team Nixie (opens in new tab), and is a finalist in the Make It Wearable contest Intel is holding, meaning that it has already bagged $50,000 (£31,000) in funding. But it's still very early stages yet – the developer is preparing a prototype with Intel's Edison chip. The current actual working version (shown in the video clip below) looks pretty rough indeed.
The winner of the Make It Wearable final will be announced on 3 November.