Renova is an ultra-small 3D printer, but the technology can be used in other applications.
One of those is 3D printing, as we’re seeing it used in the new smartwatch.
In the past, a 3D printed watch is a cumbersome affair, but this new version will be made of an even smaller version of the same material.
The result is a watch that will fit into a pocket, and is capable of running apps like Google Docs and even Google Photos.
But it’s also capable of printing itself, and we’re getting a glimpse of what that looks like in action.
The new watch is built around the Renko Zero Pod, a lightweight 3D-printed watch.
The pod, with its stainless steel shell, comes with an accelerometer and gyroscope.
Its software can tell the watch how far it is from the user, how long it has been sitting, and the temperature.
The watch also has sensors for heart rate and sleep patterns.
The sensors are all based on a “gait sensor” found on some other smartwatches.
These sensors can tell you what kind of movement you’re doing and tell you whether or not you’re moving your hands.
You’ll be able to use them to track how you’re walking, how fast you’re running, and even how much you’re breathing.
And the pod has a heart rate monitor to tell you how much your heart is beating, which helps you determine how much sleep you’re getting.
It’s an interesting and innovative concept, and it shows that we’ll be seeing more of this in the future.
The heart rate is a nice addition to the design of the watch.
But the real attraction is that it works in all sorts of other ways, like for controlling the temperature of the air inside your home.
In some ways, this is a smartwatch that works with its heart rate, which could prove to be quite useful.
A smartwatch could even be used as a way to control things like lighting, or the temperature in your home or office.
But with all of these different applications, we’re still a few years away from the device being ready for the mass market.
But we’re excited to see what the new version can do.